Low pressure over Nevada will pull into the Rockies Monday with enough moisture and instability combined with daytime heating to trigger isolated afternoon showers & thunderstorms, drying through midweek as high pressure amplifies. Expect partly cloudy skies Monday becoming mostly cloudy by afternoon with a few thundershowers possible. Cooler with highs in the upper 60's to lower 70's, northerly winds 5-10mph, gusty near any storms. Weak ridging will dominate our weather for the remainder of the week with near-normal temperatures and drier weather. Low pressure to our south could draw additional moisture into the area next weekend with afternoon thundershowers possible towards Sunday. It's not entirely unheard of to experience monsoon moisture this late in the season, but pretty rare. Scattered convection through Monday will be generated more from an upper level low moving through the area and not our more typical summer monsoon moisture, but the same dynamics.