We will have another cool night across the Western Slope. Clear skies will carry over into the overnight hours. These clear skies will allow for efficient radiative cooling. Tomorrow’s overnight lows will be a few degrees warmer than this morning, but still slightly below average. We will warm up to temperatures 5 – 10 degrees above average in the afternoon. Sunny skies will make a return and we will see some breezier winds closer to the Divide. A block in the Eastern Pacific weather is expected to stay dry for the next few days. Monthly rainfall totals are in trace amounts for both Grand Junction and Montrose this October. The yearly rainfall deficit is -3.50 inches for Grand Junction and -5.87 inches for Montrose.