We will have a cold clear night over the Western Slope. Mostly clear skies will allow for efficient radiative cooling during the overnight hours. What that means is that tomorrow morning will be much cooler than this morning. Specifically our morning lows will be ten degrees below average and 5 degrees cooler than yesterday. Below average temperatures will carry into the afternoon, but the clear skies will help us warm up a little more than yesterday. Afternoon highs will be in the 30s and 40s throughout the region. High pressure will keep our skies clear for most of the work week. Friday night we will see a return of scattered showers. These showers will have a greater chance to form overnight, and they will continue into Saturday afternoon. By Sunday expect clear sunny skies and we will be gin to warm back up to average temperatures by next week.