Scattered thunderstorms will return to the high country during the afternoon hours. Lower valleys will stay mostly dry and these showers will be much weaker than what we saw on Thursday and Friday. As we head into the weekend we will see dry afternoon thunderstorms in the northern parts of the Western Slope and scattered thunderstorms will light showers closer to the San Juans. This is because strong high pressure over the Pacific Northwest will force dry northerly wind in the northern parts of the region while a cut off low will push moist pacific air towards. How far north the rain chances travel depends on the strength and location of the high pressure. High temperatures will build up to the 90s as we move through next week.