DENVER — Temperatures on Sunday will be a degree or two cooler than Saturday thanks to some morning fog.
Sunshine will dominate the state through the afternoon, with no chances of showers or thunderstorms.
Highs will hit the low 90s with a light wind through the afternoon. Fire danger remains high throughout the state.
A big area of high pressure will help boost temperatures well above average on Monday, with highs soaring into the upper 90s.
The record for Denver is 97 degrees, which will be threatened. Expect plenty of sunshine and light wind through the day.
Changes start to roll in by Tuesday.
A few thunderstorms pop up across the Front Range by the afternoon, keeping temperatures in the low 90s.
Widespread rain is expected Wednesday thanks to a passing front. This will knock temperatures back down into the mid-80s for highs.
Thursday looks like a very typical late-August afternoon with a few pop-up showers and highs in the upper 80s.
It will start to dry out by Friday and Saturday, bumping temperatures back into the low 90s.
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