Clear skies will make a return to the Western Slope tonight. These clearer skies will allow for more overnight cooling to occur letting our morning lows to drop to only 5 degrees warmer than average. Expect to be waking up in the 50s for the valleys and 40s for Glennwood, Carbondale and Aspen, and we will be in the upper 30s for Gunnison. We will see more moisture get pushed into the area thanks to southwesterly flow and could see rain chances up to 15% at the higher elevations. If rain does fall tomorrow do not expect more than a tenth of an inch. Our high temperatures will be around 5 degrees warmer than average. Rain chances will be slightly higher for Tuesday as a weak subtropical jet will move into the area. but by Wednesday we should see dry air return to the region and clear skies will persist for the rest of the week.
A dry cold front will push through the area for this weekend. This front will bring gusty winds with it and fire weather concerns. The front will help pull our temperatures back closer to their averages after the warming we will see at the end of the week.