We will be seeing partly cloudy skies this afternoon in the Western Slope. These clouds drifted in from the Southwest early this morning due to a cut off low forming off the coast of California. If this weather pattern was set up three months ago we would of had high chances for afternoon thunderstorms. Now that we are in November we will just be seeing some cloudy skies and the faintest of rain chances at the higher elevations. Our afternoon highs will once again be above average in the 60s. Our overnight lows will remain 5 – 10 degrees warmer than normal. We will stay warm dry and sunny until the weekend. A cold front will push through this weekend bringing in rain and snow chances all weekend.