We saw widespread mixed precipitation and snow showers last night. Snow chances will begin to decrease for the western portions after sunrise. Snow chances will last longer closer to the Divide. By tomorrow evening these snow chances will have completely cleared up. Cloudy skies will cause morning lows to be warm once again mostly in the 20s. This cold front will knock our afternoon highs back closer to our seasonal averages for the weekend. An upper level ridge will build up as we head into next week bringing much warmer temperatures and dry weather for Monday and most of Tuesday. Tuesday night into Wednesday we will see another cold front move into the region bringing widespread snow chances and cooler temperatures for the middle of next week.