A weak frontal system moving through the area this afternoon will bring mostly cloudy skies with scattered light rain showers. The snow level will remain above 8,000 feet with temperatures in the 40's, southwest winds gusting to around 20mph. Skies will clear overnight with a decrease in winds as lows cool to the 20's. Continued cool and breezy tomorrow with highs in the 40's, southwest winds gusting 10-20mph, especially during the afternoon. Our next storm will arrive on Tuesday as a weakening cold front pushes through the area, this will bring better potential for some snowfall, but accumultions if any, will remain light. The snow level will lower to around 5,000 feet with only a dusting to maybe an inch or two possible. Highs will drop into the 30's by the middle of the week with overnight lows in the teens. Expect another break in the action later in the week with more unsettled weather possible next weekend. When traveling into the mountains during the winter months, always be prepared for rapidly changing weather conditions and carry tire chains.