Another recording-breaking day expected with highs in the 90s

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DENVER -- Unseasonably warm and dry conditions will persist in Denver and along the Front Range on Friday.

High temperatures are expected to reach the low 90s in the afternoon, with the record high temperature of 92 degrees set in 1948 being threatened.

Expect plenty of sunshine and light wind through the afternoon hours. A clear sky overnight will allow temperature to drop into the upper 50s to start Saturday.

Denver has tied or broken high temperatures three days this week.

On Monday, Denver reached 93 degrees, tying the record high previously set in 1998, 1994 and 1974.

On Tuesday, Denver reached 93 degrees, breaking the previous record of 92 degrees set in 1951.

On Thursday, the high in Denver reached 96 degrees, tying the record set in 1990 and 1895.

The hot weather sticks around this weekend as highs stay in the low 90s on Saturday and Sunday.

Denver again will threaten the daytime record high of 92 degrees on Saturday set in 2000. Expect plenty of sunshine, light wind and low humidity through the weekend.

It will cool down starting Monday. Highs will drop to the upper 80s on Monday and the low 80s by Thursday.

Rain chances stay minimal, with a low risk of an isolated storm Tuesday and Wednesday.

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