Upper level tropical moisture will continue to spread north into Colorado into Thursday, as the remains of Hurricane Odile continue to move through the desert southwest. This will bring middle and high level clouds to the southern half of Colorado, with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms continuing over the mountains. The main impact from the remnants of Hurricane Odile is expected on Friday, with showers and isolated thunderstorms possible over most of the region, especially along the southern border counties, as the remnants move through the Oklahoma and Texas panhandles and southeast Colorado. Heavy rain could be possible over the southeast corner of the state with this system on Friday. Area temperatures will remain above average on Thursday, with highs warming into the 80s to low 90s once again across the eastern plains and 60s to low 80s over the high country.