We saw a few lighter morning showers around 2-3am this morning. Chances for morning showers will be on the lower end, and they will stick to the higher elevations. Once we get into the afternoon hours, scattered thunderstorms will become much more common. The highest rain chances will move in around 3pm, and higher elevations will still be favored. Flash flood watches have been issued for today over the Grizzly Creek burn scar, and over the Divide. With all the rain in the forecast, high temperatures will be on the cool side in the 80s. Rain chances in the lower valleys will still be over a 50% chance for the afternoon today. Scattered showers will clear up overnight, and more rain will move in tomorrow afternoon. Tuesday will be the same story as today, but rain chances look to dry out temporarily on Thursday. Overall we are looking to see a pretty wet week on the Western Slope thanks to a large plume of monsoon moisture moving in from our southwest.