DENVER (KDVR) — Light smoke concentrations are forecast on Sunday and Monday with low 90s across Denver and the Front Range.
High pressure stays in control, mainly dry. The only chance for thunderstorms is Monday afternoon, and will most likely be isolated.
The normal high in Denver right now is 87.
The mountains stay dry on Sunday with highs in the 70s. Light smoke concentrations, except for extreme northern Colorado.
Early Monday will be dry with isolated afternoon t-storms. Tuesday and Wednesday are looking to be completely dry days.
The chance of a Glenwood Canyon closure is low through Wednesday.
Denver’s best chance for afternoon thunderstorms occurs on Thursday with a 20% chance.
Friday through Sunday is looking dry with temperatures in the low 90s.