15 degrees cooler Monday; numerous cold fronts lined up this week

DENVER -- Temperatures drop 15 to 20 degrees on Monday in Denver, Boulder, Loveland, Highlands Ranch and Fort Collins.

Highs will be about 80 degrees after it reached 97 degrees on Sunday.

Skies stay sunny on Monday from the mountains to the Plains.

Wind stays breezy at 10-25 mph across the Front Range. Mountain winds will reach 20-40 mph above treeline.

There are four to five cold fronts lined up over the next week, meaning numerous temperature swings.

Tuesday's cold front will have partly cloudy skies and a 10% chance of a shower or thunderstorm. Highs will be about 76 degrees.

The 90s return briefly on Thursday. Another cold front on Friday and Saturday will feature a 10% chance of a shower or thunderstorm.  Highs will be 75 to -80 degrees.

Sunday looks dry and warmer near 85 degrees.

7-Day Forecast. Meteorologist Chris Tomer.

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