Denver Weather: Dry, sunny and warm Monday with temperatures reaching the mid-50s

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Downtown Denver and the Colorado State Capitol building.(Andrew Coop/Unsplash)

By Steven Bonifazi / NewsBreak Denver

(DENVER, Colo.) Denver will see sunny and clear skies Monday, with a high temperature around 54.

Regions north and northeast of Denver will remain somewhat cool throughout the day, with Greeley reaching a high temperature of 37 and Fort Collins reaching 43.

The sun will rise over the Mile High City Monday at 7:20 a.m. and will set at 4:54 p.m. The air quality in Denver Monday at 6:10 a.m. was good, at 35, similar to Sunday at about the same time. 

The primary pollutant in the air Monday is Nitrogen oxides which often come from fires, power plants and traffic, however, the air quality is satisfactory and poses little or no health risk.

South to southwest winds can be expected to blow at 6 mph throughout the day and will become light and variable. The National Weather Service in Boulder forecasts clear skies over Denver Monday evening, with a low temperature reaching near 23. 

Expect south to southwest winds at speeds of 5 to 7 mph throughout the evening.

The remainder of the week will be dry, sunny and warm for the most part, with the NWS expecting Tuesday to have a high temperature around 53. Wednesday will also be sunny and dry with a high temperature around 55, followed by Thursday being even warmer reaching a possible 61.

Friday will be the only day that is not as dry this week, with a slight chance of rain and snow showers after 11 a.m.

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