We will see another round of warm morning lows in the Western Slope. We will see cloudier skies for the norther parts of the Western Slope. The Upper level ridge that brought the record breaking highs will finally leave the Western Slope tomorrow. A cold front will pass through bringing chances for scattered showers for the afternoon hour through Wednesday morning. The lower valleys will stay mostly dry with only a 10% chance, but we will see higher chances at the higher elevations. After the front passes high temperatures will cool down to our averages in the lower 60s for the lower valleys. Another high pressure system will move in Wednesday afternoon. This will cause our highs to warm up again as we move through the work week reaching the 70s by the weekend. Outside of tomorrow expect to see another warm and dry week in the Western Slope.