Denver weather: Hot and dry with record high temperatures possible

It will be hot, dry and sunny in Denver today with record high temperatures possible.

Denver could hit 99 degrees and temperatures on the Eastern Plains could reach into the low 100s, according to the National Weather Service.

An air quality alert is in effect until 4 p.m. Saturday.

Sunday could see a high of 98 degrees for Denver and sunny weather will continue Monday with a forecast high of 86 degrees.

A red flag warning is in effect for much of the state Sunday and Monday due to hot, dry and windy weather.

A cold front will move into the state Monday night bringing precipitation and a forecast low of 36 to Denver. Tuesday could see rain during the day with a high of 40 degrees, and snow in the evening with a low of 29.

The precipitation could continue Wednesday with a forecast high of 54 degrees.

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