The Western Slope is still dealing with unseasonably cool temperatures in both the morning and afternoon. The very well defined low pressure that has been wreaking havoc on the Midwest will be supplying moisture to the northern part of the state this morning. Rain will be pushing south during the early afternoon bringing a chance of scattered showers across the area. Northwest winds combined with afternoon clouds will mean a cool afternoon as highs only make it into the 60's.
Clouds will start to clear out overnight leading to a sunny Tuesday with warmer weather expected. A upper level ridge will be building over the western United States this week and will be supplying with above average temperatures as well as dry and sunny conditions through the weekend. Little to no clouds are anticipated in the sky this week as very dry air transported from the desert southwest will keep skies clear. From Wednesday through Sunday temperatures remain fairly steady ranging from the mid to upper 80's.