Weather Summary: This week we will stay dry through tomorrow evening before patterns start to change. As low pressure tracks eastward from Southern California it will bring moisture along with it. We will see clouds start to build in tomorrow afternoon as rainfall makes its way to the four corners Sunday evening. Sunday night into Monday morning rain will move north bringing widespread storm activity to Western Colorado. Cloud cover and rain will cool temperatures off to the high 60s and low 70s in the valleys. Dry air will start to make its way in from the west Wednesday clearing most of the valleys up and bringing sunshine but leaving isolated storms in the high country. We will stay dry through the end of the work week and warm up for next weekend. Meteorologist Jessica Lebel
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