Temperatures in Denver are expected to continue to remain high the rest of this week, bringing along mostly sunny skies with some chance for rain, according to the National Weather Service.

Forecasters predict a high of 85 degrees on Thursday with a slight chance of thunderstorms in the late afternoon and evening. The low is expected around 57 degrees.

The high on Friday is also expected to be 85 degrees, with temperatures cooling slightly to a high of 77 degrees on Saturday and 78 degrees on Sunday, according to the weather service.

Spring runoff is in effect in Colorado, the weather service said on Twitter. Though forecasters don’t anticipate any flooding in northern Colorado, some places in southern Colorado face a threat of flooding because of the large winter snowpack they received.

This week’s hazardous weather outlook calls for continued showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening in northeast and north central Colorado, with the possibility of severe thunderstorms east of the Interstate 25 corridor. Next week’s outlook calls for even warmer temperatures and low-level thunderstorms, with the possibility of more severe storms.