Forecasters are calling for unseasonable, record-breaking warmth in Denver on Monday as temperatures are expected to top out at 78 degrees.The record high for the date is 75 degrees set in 2012, according to data from the National Weather Service in Boulder. The average high temperature for the date is 55 degrees.The weather service is calling for a 20 percent chance of rain Monday night as temperatures cool off into the low 40s.The service says Tuesday’s high will be 53 degrees with a 10 percent chance of rain.Denver on Sunday broke its record high temperature for the date, topping out at 79 degrees at 3:45 p.m., officials said.The previous record was set in 2013 at 76 degrees, said Frank Cooper, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Boulder.A ridge of high pressure has been hanging over the West, Cooper said, and that’s keeping things warm. “That’s going to be breaking down over the week, so we should get back to more seasonal temperatures in a few days,” he said.Jesse Paul: 303-954-1733, jpaul@denverpost.com or twitter.com/JesseAPaulWinston learns to ride a skateboard with his owner Daniel Herman during a day at Washington Park. – Click Here To Visit Article Source