Shower chances have gone down today as moisture in the atmosphere has looked very unimpressive. However, scattered showers will remain likely today. The San Juans and areas near the Four Corners will be the most prone to see light rain this afternoon. Mountain showers over the Divide will be present today with snowfall totals staying light. The passage of a cold front this morning will bring in cooler northern air today dropping highs a couple degrees from yesterday. That being said most of the Western Slope will enjoy 50's and 60's.
Drier weather returns tomorrow and Friday with highs back into the 60's and 70's. Another storm system moving up from the south grazes the state on Saturday leading to a better chance for afternoon showers to areas of Western Colorado. The Saturday system clears out in time for Easter Sunday with high temperatures in the mid-60's to low-70's. Another chance for 80's will come Monday and Tuesday as a ridge sets up over the region.
Meteorologist Jared Robinson Jared.Robinson@kkco11news.com