A dry airmass from the Rockies will bring mostly clear skies tonight with chilly temperatures. Southerly winds will return Wednesday as the Rocky Mountain airmass moves to our east. Temperatures will rise, becoming very warm Friday and Saturday with a hint of air descending from the Mexican Plateau. Cooler air from the Great Plains will begin a downward trend in temperature beginning Sunday on into early next week.
I'm expecting mostly clear tonight, low around 40, the 30's on low lying ground. Mostly sunny Wednesday, high around 70. Mostly sunny Thursday, high around 80. Mostly sunny Friday and Saturday, high around 90. Cloudier Sunday, not as warm, high in the 70's. Mostly cloudy with a chance of a shower Monday and Tuesday, high in the 60's.