From the National Weather Service:
An increasing southwest flow aloft will bring windy conditions to the higher terrain today. This, combined with hot temperatures and low relative humidities will increase the fire danger over the higher terrain and along the Front Range.
MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
Dry and warm conditions will prevail through Wednesday. Heightened fire weather concerns will continue on Monday with gusty winds to 35 MPH in the mountains and 25 MPH on the plains combined with low relative humidity values. Temperatures will cool slightly for Monday with highs in the upper 80s.
Tuesday and Wednesday will be dry and warm, back into the low 90s. A cold front Wednesday night will increase moisture over the region, bringing a slight chance of afternoon convection on the plains by Thursday afternoon and evening along with slightly cooler temperatures. Friday and Saturday will have a slight chance of afternoon storms with
temperatures reaching back into the mid 90s.