The heat rolls on

DENVER -- The high temperature reached 93 degrees in Denver on Wednesday, 1 degree short of the record for the date set in 1911.

It was the third consecutive 90-degree day in Denver and the 53rd this year.

That puts summer 2018 into the top 10 list of most 90-degree days. High temperatures are expected into the 90s through Sunday.

Thursday's record is 96 degrees set in 1990 and appears to be out of reach.

The record high on Friday is 92 degrees set in 1948 and that mark could be tied or broken.

Saturday's record high of 92 degrees set in 2000 could be threatened with a forecast high of 90 degrees.

It will be close to 90 degrees on Sunday, but the record for the date is 95 degrees set in 2000.

Some rain showers are forecast to move into Denver and the Front Range on on Tuesday and

Wednesday.

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