We are seeing a much warmer morning thanks to the overcast skies on the Western Slope. Morning lows are mostly in the 50s for the Grand Valley, and we are seeing 40s over most of the high country. The cloudier skies will stick around for most of the day, but skies will start to clear up for evening hours. It’ll be another dry day in the valleys, but low chances for light scattered showers will dot the Divide this afternoon. High temperatures will be slightly warmer than yesterday thanks to warm southwesterly winds. Highs will be in the lower 80s for parts of the Grand Valley with most of the region in the 70s. Peak winds for the afternoon hours will mostly be in the upper teens and lower 20s, but we will see slight stronger winds in Delta and Montrose counties again. With the dry conditions, warm temperatures, and breezier winds make sure you are extra cautious with any open flame on the Western Slope today. A cold front will move through the region Thursday night into Friday bringing in more light chances for scattered showers, and cooling our highs back to end of April normals for the end of the work week. We will warm back up to the 70s in the Grand Valley by Sunday.