Weather Summary: Today there will be a chance for weaker storms over the Western Colorado high country. The valleys will start a warming and drying trend as high pressure builds in the SW U.S. Temperatures will warm up to the low 90s and high 80s for the valleys with mostly sunny skies.
Wednesday will be even drier and warmer with breezy conditions in the afternoon. There will still be a slight chance for a storm in the mountains Wednesday and Thursday while the valleys stay dry.
By Friday night, monsoonal moisture will return to SW Colorado. There is a chance for scattered storm activity Friday night and Saturday. With cloudy skies and rain back in the forecast, temperatures will cool down to below normal next weekend. On Sunday, we will start to warm up and dry out again.
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