A day before the start of summer, the weather forecast across the Colorado Springs area on Monday calls sunny skies and dry conditions, according to the Gazette news partner KKTV.
Temperatures are expected to reach into the 80s.
According to the National Weather Service in Pueblo, Colorado Springs could see a high near 81 degrees with relatively light winds - between 5 and 15 mph - in the afternoon and no chance of rain. The forecast for the first day of summer on Tuesday calls for a high near 91 degrees with a 10-percent chance of rain in the afternoon.
"The seven-day forecast is quiet outside of a chance for an isolated shower on Tuesday evening for the Colorado Springs and Woodland Park areas," KKTV said in a report. "Temperatures will continue to be above average in the 90s for the Pikes Peak region and hovering around 100 degrees for Pueblo."
On Friday and Saturday, Colorado Springs reached record highs of 93 degrees.