We are seeing clear skies to start the day off on the Western Slope. Morning lows in the Divide at 5 am are down in the single digits, and a gentle breeze is all it would take to feel subzero wind chills. Lows in the valleys are in the teens. Overall cooler temperatures will stick around for the morning, but highs will be right around our averages. Cold northerly winds will keep our temperatures cool for the remainder of the week.
A weak upper-level trough will bring in low chances for light showers over the mountains tomorrow morning, but the valleys will be dry. An upper-level ridge will move in for Friday and the weekend causing us to see beautiful sunny skies. High temperatures will warm up to the mid-40s in the valleys, but we will see a cold front move through the Western Slope on Tuesday of next week. This upcoming front will bring in chances for snow in the Grand Valley and not just the high country.