We are seeing partly cloudy skies to start the day off on the Western Slope. Partly cloudy skies will stick around all day, and high temperatures will on the warm side in the 80s for most of the Western Slope. Most of the Western Slope will be dry for today, but we will still see a few pop up thunderstorms over the San Juans, and the Divide this afternoon. Strong southwesterly flow will fill the Western Slope with moisture overnight, and give us plenty of rain chances starting tomorrow afternoon. Chances for scattered showers will continue into Thursday with dry conditions finally moving back in on Friday. Once the rain comes back expect to see cooler temperatures for the week. Tomorrow’s high will be closer to our averages in the lower 80s, but we could drop all the way to the upper 60s on Wednesday for parts of the Grand Valley. The heaviest rainfall looks to land Wednesday afternoon and evening, but we will still see some stronger storms tomorrow and Thursday afternoon. We will see warmer temperatures this weekend with highs returning to the upper 70s by Sunday.