Temperatures will stay warmer than average until early Wednesday evening. Wednesday night an upper-level Pacific northwest low pressure system will work its way across the great basin to give the western slope a decrease in temperatures and a chance for storms. Higher elevation regions in the northern mountains can expect 5 to 10″ of fresh snowfall by Thursday too. The weekend, however, it is looking sunny and warm – perfect viewing for the 2023 annular solar eclipse on Saturday morning.