Weather Summary: Most of this afternoon's (heat and terrain driven) showers will slow in coverage and intensity by 9 pm tonight. A few late night storms may still be popping over the mountain zones a bit later. Lingering rain opportunities will remain in the afternoon forecast through the end of this shortened work week. Add the daytime heating that we can expect and the mountain zones popping the storms first, the valley locations have a decent chance of experiencing some quick moving thunderstorms. Small hail, lightning and some brief wind gusts will be possible with this pattern, so be weather aware out there!
For this week, Grand Junction could add another .25" of rain totals to the board. This will be in addition to the surplus of rain the area has already received. 1.6" of rain has fallen for the year already. The normal depth is .71". Montrose, Rifle, Durango, Cortez, Craig and Meeker are all in the surplus side of things too!
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