Dry weather can still be expected Sunday with above normal temperatures. Temperatures will rise into the mid to upper 80s in the Foothills and Front Range with 90s forecast for East Colorado. High Country will be cooler with upper 60s and 70s.
Changes in weather can be felt Sunday afternoon as winds shift and become stronger and clouds increase as well. A small chance for isolated showers can be expected for the Front Range and mountains from Sunday night through Monday morning.
Winds will be gusty through Monday morning as the cooler air moves southward. Also, northerly winds could bring haze from wildfires in Wyoming and the Pacific Northwest onto the Front Range.
Temperature readings Monday morning will be in the 40s and 50s along the Foothills and Front Range. Mountain communities can expect readings in the 30s and a few temperatures in the 20s are possible in the high valleys.
Maximum temperatures in the Metro area on Monday will be in the mid 60s with mostly cloudy skies. Skies will clear slowly throughout the day and become clear overnight.
Near normal temperatures will be back from Tuesday through Saturday with mostly sunny skies and little to no chance for rain for the rest of the week.
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