We will have another cool night across the Western Slope. Clear skies will remain through the overnight hours. Our morning lows will warm to 1 – 2 degrees warmer than average. Tomorrow warm westerly flow will cause our high temperatures to climb 5 – 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. High pressure will continue to dominate the skies eliminating all of our rain chances. Tomorrow’s overnight lows will continue to warm to 5 degrees warmer than average. Wednesday night a cold front will move through the region. This front will not be bringing in any rain to the area, but our temperatures will get knocked back to their seasonal normals. Sunny skies and dry air will continue to rule the Western Slope this week.