Weather Summary: Rain chances are entering into the slight at best category as we head into Thursday night. The San Juans and the Four Corners Region will likely begin another surge of showers and thunderstorms during the early morning hours of Friday. Added cloud coverage will also keep the lows on the mild side. Friday will have another favorable forecast for widespread showers and thunderstorms as influences from Tropical Storm Kevin (*500 miles southwest of the Baja Peninsula) push in from the southwest. The holiday weekend will begin rainy and cooler as a result and Saturday will still keep rain chances going due to the lingering rain and the heat of the day. Sunday and Monday look clearer and drier and the temperatures in the valley locations should remain very near normal for this time of the year. Pattern changes are expected for the middle of next week as a cold front sweeps through the region.
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