Temperatures will continue to be around 10 degrees above average across the Western Slope today. We will be a little bit cooler than yesterday, but Grand Junction will still be close to record high of 89 set back in 1966. We will have more cloud cover this afternoon than the last few days and this should keep us just out of reach from the record. Are lows for tonight will be similar to yesterday. A cold front will be making its way through the region tomorrow and that will cool are temperatures down to normal fall conditions. Rainfall is not expected with this front. Strong northerly wind behind this front will cool us down even further for Monday. We won’t be experience below average lows for long as an upper level ridge will strengthen above us and temperatures will rise once again above average by mid next week.