We will continue to see clear skies over the Western Slope. Morning lows will be warm up close to our seasonal averages thanks to the upper level ridge above us. Skies will continue to stay clear for the afternoon hours. High will mostly be in the 60s tomorrow, and temperatures will continue to increase as we head into the weekend. Late tomorrow afternoon we will see a little bit of cloud cover drift in from the south. These clouds will stick around for Friday, and we will see chances for light rain showers at the higher elevations with the highest chances near the San Juans. We will see a very warm weekend with highs approaching record levels in the 80s for some of the valleys. The next big change in our weather pattern will move in at the beginning of next week. This front will bring rain to the higher elevations and we will see chances for light showers in the valleys. After the front passes highs will drop to the 60s and 70s for the middle of next week.