The high temperature Saturday climbed to 91 degrees at Denver International Airport, breaking the previous record of 90 degrees for September 30th.
The normal high is 73 degrees.
October 1 is the latest Denver has ever seen a 90-degree day. Sunday, expect highs in the low 80s across the metro-area, so not as hot, but still above average.
The Aspen leaves are peaking over portions of our northern and central mountains- a great time to get outside and explore, ahead of cooler and wetter arriving early next week.
Temperatures Monday will again climb to the low 80s in Denver. Winds pick up ahead of our next cold front, set to arrive on Tuesday.
It’ll feel like fall in Denver for the first week of October. High temperatures are forecast to be in the mid to upper 60s on Tuesday, then low 60s on Wednesday, with scattered rain showers. Light snow will be possible in the mountains.
By late next week, temperatures will rebound to seasonal norms across the metro-area in the upper 60s and low 70s, with plenty of sunshine.
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