Denver Ties 1952 Record With 97-DEGREE HEAT, More HIGHS EXPECTED

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Wednesday’s official high was boosted into record territory by our current hot June temperature pattern. The former record was 97 degrees set in 1952; we warmed up exactly to 97 degrees at 2:52 pm Wednesday afternoon at Denver International Airport.

Welcome clouds and rains manager. A few hours later, aid to somewhat cool things by rolling off the foothills across the eastern plains. Drop a few rain showers throughout the Denver metro region.

With the 90s and 100s in many parts of eastern and western Colorado, a thermal Thursday is on schedule as temperatures will be much above normal once more. Denver holds a record high of 99 degrees. We will so once more be within a few degrees from the record.

From Colorado Springs and Pueblo out east to Lamare, there is a Heat Advisory for portions of southeast Colorado on Thursday from noon until seven PM. Many high temperatures in that region could fly into the 95 to 105-degree range.

On Thursday, there will be a few isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms with an opportunity for a few hailstorms forming from DIA north to Greeley and out across the plains.

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