Saturday and Sunday will have mild temperatures, but increasing clouds will set the stage for unsettled weather next week.
The Western Slope remains under a ridge of high pressure through Saturday and you can expect mostly clear, dry and mild conditions. The clear sky and a light wind Saturday morning will also promote another cold start. Sunday a front will be moving east and positioned to the north of the Centennial State. Increasing clouds will be the biggest impact through midnight Sunday. Temperatures will still be mild in the 60s and wind speeds will remain light. A slight chance for rain to develop at the “witching hour” will exist, but Tuesday and later next week hold more promise for precipitation and a cool down.