We are seeing another dry start to the day on the Western Slope. Morning lows in Grand Junction are fairly warm in the upper 70s, but the rest of the Grand Valley is in the lower 70s to upper 60s. I recommend getting as many outdoor chores done as possible during the morning hours. Highs will once again be running in the 90s. Due to mostly dry westerly winds rain chances will be lower than yesterday, but lingering moisture over the mountains will still be enough to full scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. These storms will stick to the high country, and we will only see a 10% chance for a stray showers to drift into the Grand Valley around 3pm this afternoon. High temperatures will return to the triple digits in Grand Junction tomorrow, and chances for mountain storms will continue to decrease. A little bit of relief from this hot and dry weather will move in at the end of the weekend. Moist southwesterly flow will return on Sunday causing chances for scattered rain showers and thunderstorms to return to the region. These higher chances for showers will cool our highs back to our summer time averages in the mid 90s for the start of next week.