Denver sets another record high, with dry and quiet weather
DENVER -- Temperatures remained significantly above average as an area of high pressure remained parked over the region. Denver hit a record high of 94 degrees Saturday afternoon under a mix of sun and clouds. the old record high of 92 degrees was set back in 2000.
Sunday will be a degree or two cooler, but we'll still hit the 90 degree mark by the afternoon. Expect a mixture of sun and clouds with light wind.
Our pattern will eventually start to break down by Tuesday, as highs slowly drop back into the upper 80s. A cold front will move through by Wednesday into Thursday, bringing in the chance for a few isolated showers and a drop in temperature.
Afternoon highs will return to the upper 70s by Thursday and Friday, which is seasonal for mid-September.
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