We will see another round of warm morning lows on the Western Slope thanks to the cloudy overnight skies. Once again I recommend getting your outdoor chores done early as we will see another round of triple digit temps in the valleys. Highs will be 1-2 degrees cooler than what we saw yesterday, but they will still be far above normal. Grand Junction could set an new record high for the 6th day in a row. We will have chances for scattered thunderstorms mostly over the San Juans, but a few will move to the central part of the Divide. These storms will mostly be dry, but there could be a few light showers. We will see gusty winds tomorrow especially near these scattered storms. Rain chances will pick up as we head into Saturday, but we still will only see light showers at best. High temperatures will run 5-10 degrees above normal as we head into next week as the Upper level ridge begins to weaken. Record breaking highs will become record breaking ties as hot temperatures will continue into next week.