The Denver weather will remain in the same pattern on Monday that it has been in for the past few days: Hot and muggy for Colorado with storms possible in the afternoon.
According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, Denver will top out over 90 degrees for the third straight day and for the third time in 2021 on Monday with a high of 92. The mostly sunny skies will have light wind later in the day.
Scattered thunderstorms will be present east of Interstate 25 beginning mid-afternoon, with some rain making its way to the ground. Small hail of up to an inch in diameter, 60 mph wind gusts and minor flooding are possible, forecasters said. Lightning and 50 mph wind gusts are possible west of I-25. There’s a 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms before 8 p.m. as skies become partly cloudy and the nighttime low will drop under 60 in the metro.
Denver will be sunny Tuesday, with a high around 94, forecasters said. Winds could gust over 20 mph with a low of 58.
It will be more of the same Wednesday with a high of 92 and a low of 60 as gusty winds pop up in the afternoon.
Denver will be hot and dry Thursday before a front moves in to cool things off for Friday. It will get back into the 90s over the weekend. Officials warn of fire danger.
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