Warm morning lows are expected to stick around for the next few days. Afternoon highs will cool down to just below the triple digits for the valleys, but we will still be 5 – 10 degrees above normal. We will have widespread chances for afternoon thunderstorms. Most of these storms will favor the higher elevations, but we could see a few drift into the valleys. It looks that these storms will do more harm than help in terms of wildfire activity. We will see gusty winds and Red Flag Level conditions. We could see a few hundredths of an inch of rain in the high country, but the valleys will be lucky to see a drizzle. Chances for storms will die off as we head into next week, but gusty winds are likely to continue. Highs will stay above average, and the drought will continue with little signs of improvement. Light chances for showers may return for next weekend, but expect more dry weather on the Western Slope.