We will have another clear night over the Western Slope. Our morning lows will be a 5 – 10 degrees warmer than our normals for this time of year. Expect it to be ever so slightly warmer than yesterday and we will see 40s and upper 30s for the valleys and upper 20s at the higher elevations. Tomorrow’s highs will once again be warm and in the 60s and 70s. We will start to see more cloud cover develop as we move through the day. Winds will be a bit breezier due to the approaching cold front. Saturday we will see a cold front begin to move through the Western Slope. This front will be bringing widespread rain chances starting around noon. The rain will transition into snow during the overnight hours. We will see greater rain/snow chances during the overnight hours. Snow chances will continue into Monday with drier, lighter snow falling on Monday morning. By Tuesday we will be seeing sunny skies and we will have a cold week next week.