DENVER -- It will be a typical June week in Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins with highs near 90 each day and lots of sunshine.
It will be initially dry Monday and Tuesday, then Wednesday through Sunday will have 10 percent chances of afternoon dry and gusty thunderstorms.
The mountains can expect sunshine most of the week with 10 percent chances of afternoon dry, gusty thunderstorms. Highs will be in the 60s, 70s and 80s.
The record high on Monday in Denver is 94 degrees set in 2012. The record high on Tuesday is 95 degrees set in 1946.
The wildfire danger will increase this week with very little rain in the forecast. The fire danger increases with the threat of lightning, low relative humidity and hot high temperatures.
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