We will have an unseasonably warm night in the Western Slope tonight. Overnight lows, like yesterday, will be about 7 degrees warmer than normal across the western slope. Cloud cover will begin to dissipated during the late evening hours and skies will become clear at midnight tonight. Mostly clear skies will carry into tomorrow afternoon. We will see a little bit more cloud cover closer to the Divide. Afternoon highs will be a little cooler than today, but they will still be 5 – 10 degrees warmer than average. Expect to be in the 60s and 70s late tomorrow afternoon. Our highs and lows will continue to stay warm until Thursday.
On Friday a passing shortwave will cool us down to the 50s and 60s and we could see some light rain/snow showers along the northern mountains. Saturday will be a sunny start to the weekend with highs being slightly warmer than Friday. On Sunday we will see a cold front that will bring some much needed rain to the valleys.