GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KREX) — The mountain snow will be coming to an end late Saturday afternoon and the Western Slope is caught up in some cooler temperatures and slightly unsettled conditions.

Average high temperatures for late May are in the middle/upper 70 degree readings. After the cold front moved through the state Friday night, temperatures will be at least ten degrees colder than the norm. That will be true for the lows both Saturday and Sunday morning. Afternoon temperatures should have an improvement Sunday, but with a north wind on Saturday there will be many locations stuck in the 60s. Unsettled will be the forecast through Monday as late day storms could pop up (mountain zones) and create brief gusty wind speeds. Temperatures will recover, but slowly. Late next week the region can look forward to hotter conditions.