With clear skies to start the day in the Grand Valley morning lows are on the chilly side to start the day. Cloudier skies will quickly move in for the later parts of the morning, and we will even see some scattered showers start over the higher elevations late this morning. Moist southwesterly winds will continue to fuel chances for scattered thunderstorms this afternoon. The highest chances for showers will be around 2 and 3pm today. Rain chances in the valleys look to be around 30% for most of the day in Grand Junction, but they will get bumped up 10% for the middle of the afternoon. Montrose will see around 20% higher chances thanks to there being more monsoon moisture further south. High temperatures for the day will be similar to yesterday with most of the Western Slope seeing temperatures in the 80s. Scattered thunderstorms will clear up overnight. Drier westerly flow will cut our rain chance back over the weekend. There will still be enough lingering monsoon moisture to fuel mountain thunderstorms on Saturday and Sunday, but rain chances will be lower than today. Moist southwesterly flow will return for next week causing rain chances to start to build back up again next Monday. High temperatures will warm up to the lower 90s for the weekend, but we will drop back into the 80s early next week.