Today: Dry conditions will work in from the west today with milder temperatures. Rain and snow showers will continue over the higher terrain near and along the divide as the low pressure system moves further east into the Texas panhandle. The western Colorado mountains may see a few more inches this afternoon before activity winds down by the evening. High today in Grand Junction gets to about 67 degrees with an overnight low of 44. 20% chance of showers early. Montrose will see a high of near 62 and a low of about 40 degrees with a 30% chance of showers under partly sunny skies.
Extended: High pressure moves in for Tuesday and Wednesday with temperatures rising back to above normal levels. The warmest days of the year so far will be seen with sunny skies as many lower desert valleys climb into the 80s for high temperatures. A few weak disturbances will brush by to our north for the latter half of the week, with a chance of showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon mainly over the higher terrain.
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