Clear skies over the Western Slope are causing our morning lows to be on the chillier side. Low temperatures over the Divide are in the 30s with most of the Grand Valley in the mid to upper 40s. The clear skies will stick around through the morning and afternoon hours, causing temperatures to warm up quickly after sunrise. Highs for the day will be 5 degrees warmer than yesterday. We will see 80s in the lower valleys, and 70s in the high country. Today will be another beautiful day for baseball on the Western Slope. Winds will stay on the mild side, and skies will stay sunny all day. Southwesterly winds will push in cloudier skies overnight. This additional cloud cover will cause morning lows to be about 5 degrees warmer tomorrow. Despite cloudier skies moving into the Western Slope, rain chances will stay at zero percent in the valleys for today extending through the weekend. The next shot at precipitation in the Western Slope looks to move in early next week. High temperatures will be warming up to the upper 80s in the Grand Valley over the weekend.