There is another Flash Flood Watch for the Grizzly Creek Burn Scar with storms moving through the High Country.
The Western Slope will be looking at a few more isolated storms moving off the Uncompahgre this evening and drifting over valley locations. Gusty wind speeds, lightning and brief downpours are the possible hazards. This pattern is short lived as the sky will begin to clear during the overnight hours. Heading into Friday afternoon, expect a little more sunshine and hotter temperatures. Storms will still be possible through the holiday, but the genesis sites will be in the mountains/elevated zones and some valley drift will be expected, but a drier surface layer will dictate fewer rain drops and more wind gusts. Widespread storm activity is lowering while temperatures are rising through the first week of July.