We are seeing clear skies over the Western Slope today. Thanks to the clear skies morning lows are on the cold side especially over the higher elevations. Clear skies will be sticking around, and we will see highs reach the upper 30s for most of the Western Slope. High pressure and an upper level ridge will lock in dry and stable air above the region. This will cause highs to steadily warm up for the next few days, and rain and snow chances will stay out of the picture for most of this week. A cut off low will develop over the Baja Peninsula at the end of this week. Depending on how far north this low drifts will determine if we see scattered snow showers return by the end of this week. The best chance to see snow will be down south in the San Juans.