Scattered thunderstorms will clear up as we head through the overnight hours. Rain chances have mostly dried up in the valleys, but we will see another round of scattered afternoon storms over the high country tomorrow afternoon. Temperatures will stay on the cooler side in the 80s for the valleys. As we head into the end of the weekend we will see dry northerly winds for the northern parts of the Western Slope thanks to strong high pressure forming over the Pacific Northwest. Regions closer to the San Juans and to the south will continue to see southerly flow push tropical moisture in the region. This will give the San Juans chances for scattered showers while the more northern parts of the Western Slope will just see dry thunderstorms and gusty winds. There will be a slight uptick in rain chances for next week, but the northern parts of the Western Slope will be dry with the southern parts seeing light showers.