We will see scattered showers clear up during the overnight hours. Thanks to cloudier skies morning lows will be on the warmer side of our averages. High temperatures will stay on the cooler side for the rest of the work week. Late this morning we will see light scattered rain showers show up over the central parts of the Divide and the San Juans. As we turn into the afternoon hours we will see these rainfall rates pick up and these showers will develop into thunderstorms. Scattered thunderstorms will also start to develop over the higher elevations in the norther parts of the region as well. A few showers will drift into the lower valleys. Rain totals will be between a few hundredths of an inch to a tenth of an inch in the valleys, and northern parts of the region to 2-3 tenths of an inch near Aspen and in the San Juans. Weaker afternoon scattered thunderstorms will continue on Thursday, and we will see dry conditions again for most of the Western Slope by the weekend. Moisture will still linger in the San Juans giving low chances for light rain showers in the surrounding areas for the weekend.