We will see another dry start to the day in the Western Slope. Morning lows are warmer than our averages by a few degree, but it still feels cool and comfortable to start the day. High temperatures will be similar to yesterday with parts of the Grand Valley breaking into the lower 90s, and mostly 80s over the higher elevations. Like yesterday we will see pop up rain showers and thunderstorms form over the mountain tops this afternoon. most of the moisture is further south causing higher chances for storms in the San Juans than the Divide. If you are in the Grand Valley you will see a chance for a short lived showers around 5-6pm, but outside of that you will be dry. You still want to weigh down your napkins at your barbeque due to breezier wind gusts later today. The North American Monsoon pattern will refuel moisture over the Western Slope for tomorrow and Wednesday. Our best chance to see rain in the valleys will land late Wednesday afternoon. Dry westerly winds will move in for Thursday and Friday this week causing rain chances to dry up, and high temperatures to jump to the upper 90s and possibly triple digits for the start of next weekend.