Today: High pressure to the south has taken control, and any cloud cover moved out overnight. Sunny and clear skies through the day. Temperatures warming up to well above average with highs in the mid 70s.
Tonight: Clear and mild. Lows in the 40s.
Extended: High pressure will stay in control through tomorrow. Sunny skies will warm temperatures up well above seasonal normals, and we could break the high temperature record for Saturday. The current record in Grand Junction is 75 degrees in 1977 and 75 in 1959 in Montrose. A cold front will start to make its way through the area Sunday. The front will drop our temperatures to start the week, and we could see showers as early as Sunday night in some areas.
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