We will see another cool and comfortable start to the day on the Western Slope, but extreme heat will return for the afternoon hours. High temperatures for the day will be in the upper 90s to triple digits for the Grand Valley, and a heat advisories. High pressure will drift southward, and open up a path for moist southwesterly monsoon moisture to move in this afternoon. This means afternoon and evening thunderstorms will return. Rain chances for today will tend to stick to the mountain tops near the Divide, but we will see much higher chances for storms tomorrow afternoon. These scattered storms will clear up overnight, and we will see a dry start to our morning tomorrow. As we turn into the afternoon hours widespread scattered thunderstorms will return to the Western Slope. Rain and storm chances in the valley for Sunday will be around a 30-40% chance with higher storm chances further south. With the higher rain chances high temperatures will drop back to our summertime normals in the mid 90s to end the weekend. The pattern of dry morning and scattered storms for the afternoon will continue into next week. We will see one last day of extreme heat before cooler temperatures move in for the end of the weekend and next week.