Sunny weather is forecast Monday along the Front Range with temperatures rising to 90 degrees in downtown Denver.
Winds out of the west could be brisk at times, gusting up to 20 mph, said the National Weather Service in Boulder.
The low temperature Monday night is expected to be around 59 degrees, the NWS said.
There’s a slight chance for thunderstorms in the northern mountains.
There’s a small chance for rain showers and thunderstorms after 3 p.m. on Tuesday, when the high temperature is expected to be around 89 degrees. The chance for rain showers could increase from about 10 percent in the afternoon to 30 percent at night, the NWS said.
Afternoon rain and thunderstorms are also possible on Wednesday, when the high temperature will be around 90 degrees, forecasters said. The chance for rain could gradually increase through the evening.
Temperatures are expected to be hot on Thursday with a high of around 93 degrees. In the afternoon, there is a 20 percent of rain.
Isolated afternoon showers are possible both Friday and Saturday. Temperatures are expected to rise to the lower 90s each day, the NWS said.
Sunday should be sunny with a high temperature of around 91 degrees.