Mostly cloudy skies are resting above the Western Slope to start out the day. With these cloudier skies morning lows are much warmer than our averages. Low temperatures for the valley look to be in the 50s with 40s over the high country. The cloudier skies will continue to stick around all day, but the Western Slope will be dry for the most part. Westerly/southwesterly winds will push in warm air causing highs to climb all the way up to the lower 90s for parts of the Grand Valley. Most of the Western Slope is expected to reach the 80s for today. With the hot temperatures we will see low chances for isolated pop up thunderstorms over the high country this afternoon, but the valleys will stay completely dry. Rain totals from these showers will extremely low for the high country today. As we look to tomorrow we will see a weak trough try to push through the Western Slope Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. With this trough moving in we will see slightly higher chances for pop up afternoon thunderstorms tomorrow. The lower valleys look to stay completely dry from this system. High pressure will clear up all of the showers by midmorning Wednesday. Highs look to stay in the upper 80s and lower 90s for the lower valleys all week long. A cold front will move through the region for Friday. This front will cool us down to our springtime normals for the end of the work week, and the weekend.