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Turning up the heat Saturday, then isolated storms on Sunday

Weather Forecast

DENVER (KDVR) — After a nice cooler start to the weekend, the heat quickly returns Saturday afternoon and takes over.

It will be sunny with highs both days of the weekend in the 90s across metro Denver. Our average high is in the low 80s at this time of year.

Isolated storms are possible by Sunday afternoon. Severe risk is low, but we could still get a few storms with heavy downpours, lightning, gusty winds and hail.

We are looking at even hotter days early next week with temps expected to reach the upper 90s on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Record highs could be broken on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Monday forecast high: 97Monday record high: 102, set in 2006
Tuesday forecast high: 99Tuesday record high: 97, set in 1993
Wednesday forecast high: 98Wednesday record high: 96, set in 2020

We will still be in the 90s through the end of the week but not record setting. Rain chances return to the forecast to offer some relief as well.

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