Morning lows will be slightly warmer tomorrow thanks to seeing cloudier skies overnight. The strong upper level ridge that gave us the hot and dry weather for the work week has moved eastward. Southwesterly flow will drive chances for a few scattered showers over the higher elevations for the afternoon, but the valleys will stay dry for the weekend. Rain chances will not last long as winds will shift to be coming from the west for Sunday, and dry westerly flow will persist well into next week. High temperatures will slowly cool down over the next few days with the Western Slow fully moving out of the 90s by the middle of next week.