Clear skies will carry over into the overnight hours across the Western Slope. The clear skies will enable plenty of cooling during the nighttime hours and our morning lows will drop to around average temperatures. The clear skies will make tonight an excellent night for star gazing as Mars, Jupiter and Saturn will all be easily visible by midnight tonight. You would want to bring a jacket with you as it will be a chilly night tonight. Tomorrow will be similar to this afternoon with a little bit more cloud cover. On Friday a shortwave will move into the region and we will see some gusty winds and an increase in cloud cover. On the shortwave’s way out the door on Tuesday we will see some slightly cooler temperatures, but we will quickly warm up back to around 8 degrees above average temperatures by the start of next week. Mild dry weather will be persisting into mid next week.