We are seeing the start of a dry day on the Western Slope. With the dry weather comes clear skies, and hot afternoon temperatures. Morning lows are cool and comfortable in the 60s for the valleys, but once we get into the afternoon we will see mostly 90s in the Western Slope. Skies will stay clear in the lower valleys all day, but partly cloudy skies will drift over the mountain tops for the end of the afternoon. With the additional cloud cover there could be one or two brief showers over the high country for the afternoon, but expect to be dry. Thanks to an upper level ridge temperatures will continue to climb as we move through the weekend. Triple digits will settle in for the weekend in the Grand Valley, and those hot temperatures will carry well into next week. A little more moisture will bring slim chances for a few showers Sunday afternoon, but expect to be dry in the valleys all weekend long.