Tonight will be another clear night across the Western Slope. The haze we saw this afternoon will begin to disperse over the nighttime hours. This will be because the winds will shift to an easterly flow overnight. Our morning lows will be slightly below average due to the clear skies allowing for effective radiative cooling. Tomorrow will be another round of sunny skies and high temperatures just below 10 degrees above average. Warm and Dry weather will persist for the rest of the week. We will see a some moisture get pulled into the area near the end of the week and this could help prime us for some decent rain chances for the weekend.
A cold front will be moving through the Western Slope this Sunday. Unlike the last cold front this one will be bringing precipitation along with it. We will see rain in the lower valleys and snow up on the mountain tops. How much rain or snow is still up in the air right now, but confidence will be increasing as we move closer to the weekend.