Morning lows are in the upper 50s and lower 60s for the Grand Valley this morning. Mostly dry conditions will last through the morning, and pop up thunderstorms will return for the afternoon. Scattered storms will continue to heavily favor the higher elevations, but we will still see a 20-30% chance for them to drift into the lower valleys. A weak cold front will cause this afternoon’s storms to be stronger than yesterdays. Higher elevations will see the potential for heavy rainfall and small hail. Because of this we a flash flood watch has been issued over the Grizzle Creek burn scar. Lower valleys will mostly just see light rain showers, but we will see some bursts of moderate to heavy rainfall. All of these scattered showers will clear up overnight, and we will see mostly dry conditions tomorrow in the northern parts of the region. Moist southwesterly flow will return for Sunday causing afternoon storms to return to valleys for the end of the weekend. The pattern of dry mornings and stormy afternoons will continue into the start of next week.