Today will be another wet and cold day across the Western Slope. Similar to yesterday we won’t climb much above 60 for our highs. Scattered showers will be a common sight especially before noon. Once we move into the afternoon hours chances for these pop up showers will be diminishing. Glenwood Springs and Aspen will receive the most rain today. The upper-level low that has been responsible for bringing this rain and cold temperatures will be moving out of the region by the end of the day. Starting tomorrow our temperatures will start to climb back to normal to slightly above average by mid next week. Current rainfall deficits are -2.32 inches for Grand Junction and -4.35 inches for Montrose. We are slowly chipping away at these deficit as Grand Junction has received +0.57 inches above average and Montrose has received +0.02 inches above average this month.