Weather Summary: Cloud cover and moisture will continue to build in from the south tonight as low pressure starts to move east from Southern California. Rainfall is expected overnight in most areas across the Western Slope and it will continue throughout the day tomorrow. Storms will move NNE around 40mph and could bring gusty winds, and brief heavy rainfall to some areas. A dusting of snow is also possible on the high peaks of the San Juans and along the Continental Divide above 11,000 feet. The heaviest rain will stay south of I-70 and may have a potential to cause flash flooding. Temperatures will be cooling off to the low 70s and upper 60s with the cloud cover moving in.
Widespread shower and storm activity is expected again on Tuesday keeping temperatures cool. Showers may continue in some areas Wednesday morning but by Wednesday night drier air will start to make its way east. The valleys will clear up by Wednesday night and see more sunshine by Thursday. We will stay clear and dry for the end of the work week with temperatures warming up to near 80 as high pressure builds in.
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