DENVER (KDVR) — Get ready for a hot September week. The Pinpoint Weather Team says a mega high-pressure dome is over Colorado and several heat records are at risk of being broken.

Here is a look at the forecasted highs for this week and what records could be broken in Denver:

  • Monday: The forecast for Monday calls for a high of 97 degrees. The record high for this date is 101 degrees, so the record is not at risk of being broken.
  • Tuesday: The forecast for Tuesday calls for a high of 98 degrees, which should beat the record of 97 degrees set in 2020.
  • Wednesday: The forecast for Wednesday calls for a high of 99 degrees, which should beat the record of 95 degrees set in 2013.
  • Thursday: The forecast for Thursday calls for a high of 100 degrees, which should beat the record of 94 degrees set in 1959.

It has never been 100 degrees after Sept. 5 in Denver history. The highest temperature ever recorded in Sept. is 101 degrees on Sept. 5, 2020.

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