We are seeing clear skies to start another day on the Western Slope. With the clearer skies morning lows are similar to yesterday. High pressure will continue to dominate the skies above the Four Corners. This will lock in dry air above the region. Once again it’ll be a dry day in the Western Slope with highs mostly in the 80s. 90s will become a little more common today. With this stable weather pattern in place temperatures will continue to climb as we move through the week. Highs will mostly break into the 90s for tomorrow, and we could even see triple digits in the Grand Valley for the first time this year on Friday and Saturday. Temperatures will cool down for the start of next week.