Chilly start to the morning thanks to the cold front that pushes through yesterday morning. Despite the cold start the afternoon is shaping up to be very pleasant. High temperatures topping out near 73 degrees with light winds from the south-southwest 15 ot 20 miles per hour. No red flag warnings or Fire weather watch, but the conditions for a fire to quickly spread does still exist and precaution should be taken. Going into tonight watching for an increase of moisture and dewpoints bringing extra cloud cover and slightly warmer lows in the mid 40's. Going into Saturday for the Rodeo parade, should be a nice day warming into the 60's by 10am with winds 10 to 15 miles per hour and reaching the 80's by the afternoon. Mostly sunny skies turning partly sunny by Sunday as another cold front pushes through. Sunday will still top out at 78 degrees dropping to the upper 60's for the start of next work week. With the front staying above average for Tuesday as well in the mid 70's until another front moves through for Wednesday taking conditions back to the 50's through Thursday and possibly our next chance for rain as well.