DENVER (KDVR) — Monday kicked off the week with another day in Denver with a high in the 90s. This marks the 35th day in 2022 with highs at or above 90 degrees. While this isn’t a record, it already is above the 150-year average of 31 days.

When calculating the past 30 years, it’s even warmer with an average of 46 days at or above 90 degrees per year. That number gets even higher when averaging the past 10 years. The 10-year average is 55 days.

Just last year in 2021, Denver had 59 days of temperatures at 90 degrees or higher. At 75 days, 2020 holds the record for the most days at 90 degrees or higher.