The weather pattern turns mostly clear and quiet Sunday and that should also continue through the middle of next week with a ridge of high pressure settling overhead for a few days.

Temperatures lows and highs should hit and slightly exceed the averages, which is in the middle teens and middle 30s. No records are expected with this mild forecast, but warmer air is still anticipated in the middle and upper levels of the atmosphere. If that continues to remain in the forecast then the cooler air (comparatively speaking) will be trapped at the surface. That could mean more haze/more (A.Q.H.A.) Air Quality Health Advisories and that is an important message for anyone dealing with respiratory issues. There also still remains a moderate to high avalanche danger in the mountains. Please check in with C.A.I.C. for the latest avalanche forecast.