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Denver hits 100-degrees for the first time since 2022

Heat Advisory in effect until 9 p.m. Tuesday
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Posted at 5:51 AM, Jun 25, 2024

DENVER — It's official! Denver International Airport touched 100-degrees Tuesday afternoon. The last 100-degree day in Denver was on August 5, 2022. Despite today's triple-digit heat, it won't go down in the record books. The current record holds at 105-degrees, last set in 2012.

The Heat Advisory will continue until 9 p.m. for much of the Denver metro area. Drink plenty of water, stay in the shade and don't forget the sunscreen if you're in the sunshine!

Typically in late-June, highs are in the upper-80s in Denver. Above-average temperatures are expected each day this week, but it will get a little cooler starting Wednesday.

An overnight cold front will bring some relief from the heat. Look for highs in the low to mid-90s around the urban corridor Wednesday afternoon. We'll also see a better chance of storms on Wednesday, with a slight risk of severe weather in the metro area and over the northeastern plains.

It'll continue cooling off a couple of degrees at a time! Temperatures will dip into the low 90s on Thursday and upper 80s on Friday, with a better chance of afternoon storms.

We're in for low-80s Saturday along with scattered afternoon and evening storms! The 90-degree heat is back Sunday and sticks around as we kick off the month of July next week.

Denver reaches 100 degrees for the first time this year, NWS says

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