Temperatures in Denver are expected to be high on Monday in Denver, with the National Weather Service predicting a high of 92 degrees.
In the afternoon there will be a 20 percent change of showers and thunderstorms. At night, the temperature will drop, with a predicted low of 63 degrees.
Monday will continue to see drier weather with only isolatedafternoon storms. Thunderstorm chances will increase startingTuesday & continue through Thursday with heavy rain being the main threat. #cowx pic.twitter.com/8WZCAzlDbp
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) July 28, 2019
Temperatures will be hot all week, according to the NWS, with the highs predicted to be in the 90s for the next several days. However, there will also be an increased chance of rain.
A briefing from the NWS said that monsoonal moisture makes afternoon and evening thunderstorms likely for the Rockies region, and could lead to flash flooding.