Tonight: A mostly clear sky will continue tonight with slightly warmer low temperatures for many locations. Temperatures for the Western Slope: Grand Valley near 60° with a light breeze and a clear sky, Montrose in the middle 50s and Gunnison still breezy early with low 40s.
Tomorrow: The sunshine will stick around and the temperatures should climb for all locations. You should expect this midweek period to be the warmest. Temperatures: near/low 90s for the Grand Valley, Montrose near 90° and Gunnison in the low 80s. No record high heat is expected along the Western Slope. The wind speeds should be picking up during the afternoon hours, especially around the mountain zones. 10-20 mph with 30 mph gusts possible.
Extended: Temperatures should remain near the seasonal high for the remainder of this week (mid 80s). A chance of rain late Thursday and Friday will exist along with a better chance of rain for the end of the weekend (late Sun/Monday) and the start of next week. Temperatures should remain near the middle 80s for the period.
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