At 835am MDT, the temperature at Grand Junction, CO was 55 degrees under fair skies. High pressure found over the Western US is going to keep the Four Corners area dry today and throughout Friday. Saturday will see the storm system currently off the West Coast push inland and into the Rockies. Increasing clouds expected throughout the day on Saturday, with some scattered showers and perhaps an isolated thunderstorm shifting into the area late Saturday evening into Sunday.
Friday: Sunny and warm. High 84, Low 51.
Saturday: Increasing afternoon clouds, an isolated thunderstorm possible in late evening hours. High 83, Low 54.
TWC: Friday: Sunny. High 86, Low 51.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, and isolated thunderstorm possible. High 83, Low 55.
AW: Friday: Mostly sunny and very warm. High 85, Low 49.
Saturday: A thunderstorm around. High 83, Low 53.
NWS: Friday: Sunny. High 86, Low 50.
Saturday: Partly sunny, isolated thunderstorm in late evening. High 84, Low 55.
WB: Friday: Sunny. High 84, Low 48.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High 82, Low 51.
WN: Friday: Mostly sunny. High 86, Low 52.
Saturday: Partly cloudy with isolated storms. High 84, Low 55.
FIO: Friday: Clear throughout the day. High 86, Low 50.
Saturday: Light rain overnight. High 82, Low 55.
Here we see the Western US is very quiet, with a storm system well off the West Coast. This will eventually give us a bit of showery weather later on in the weekend.