Hazy skies will make a return to the Western Slope this afternoon. Northwesterly wind will blow in smoke from the wildfires out west. Our high temperatures will be just shy of our records with 80s for the valleys and 70s in the higher elevations. A cut off low by the California coast will start to push moist air into the region and this will help full our rain chances for this weekend. Saturday night/Sunday morning a cold front will push through the Western Slope and bring some much needed rainfall. The northern portions will be favored from this system, but we will still see rain across the entirety of the State. After the front moves through we will enjoy below average temperatures to start next week.