Rain chances ramp up this week

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DENVER -- Rain chances are going up this week, which is great news for very dry conditions.

On Sunday night, showers and storms will continue to move east over the Plains.

It will be mostly cloudy on Sunday night with lows about 60 degrees.

Monday should be a much cooler day with highs only in the upper 70s. Tuesday should be the driest and hottest day of the week with highs back up close to 90.

Monsoonal flow should be in full swing for Wednesday through Sunday with scattered showers and storms each afternoon. Highs for those days should be in the 80s.

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