We will finally warm up to average low temperatures tonight in the Western Slope. Clear skies will be present all night. Morning low temperatures will be in the 30s for the valleys. On Halloween we will see slightly above average temperatures in the 60s and 50s across the Western Slope. High pressure will be keeping our skies clear and limiting our rain chances over the next few days. For socially distanced trick or treating purposes we will be in the 50s at 6 pm and the 40s and 30s at 9 pm. Clear skies will allow the full moon to shine down on the festivities. Sunday will start November and end daylight savings time. Warm, sunny, and dry conditions will continue into the first full week of November. The next shot at some precipitation will be coming through next weekend.