We will see cloudy skies and scattered showers continue to move through the Western Slope this evening and overnight. These showers will begin to weaken overnight, and we will be mostly dry once we get past sunrise. The cloudier skies will keep our morning lows in the upper 50s for the lower valleys, and morning lows will be rather stagnant for the next few days. Scattered showers will mostly clear up by sunrise tomorrow. We will stay dry for the end of the morning hours on Thursday, but Scattered thunderstorms will pick back up for the afternoon. The pattern of Drier morning and afternoon storms will continue for the next few days due to moist southwesterly winds. A cold front will dry out the norther parts of the Western Slope temporarily for Saturday, but monsoon moisture will return for the end of the weekend. Expect plenty of much needed rainfall on the Western Slope over the next few days.