Partly cloudy to mostly clear skies are resting above the Western Slope to start out our work week. With the light cloud cover morning lows are about 5 degrees above normal in the lower 70s and upper 60s in the Grand Valley. Partly cloudy skies will last through the day, and we will still see chances for pop up mountain thunderstorms this afternoon. High temperatures for the day will be slightly cooler than normal with lower 90s and upper 80s in the Grand Valley. The highest rain chances for today will be around 3pm. In the lower valleys we will only have a 30% chance, but we will see around a 50% over the high country. Scattered rain showers will clear up overnight, and we will see another dry start to our Tuesday. High pressure will cut off our monsoon moisture for the middle of the week causing rain chances to decrease for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. With the drier air for the middle of the week high temperatures will be slowly increasing as we move into the week. Moist southwesterly flow will return for Friday causing rain chances to return for the end of the work week on the Western Slope. High temperatures will cool down when the rain returns.