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A hot and mostly dry stretch with high temps in the 90s – Denver, Colorado

Denver, Colorado 2021-07-17 12:57:20 –

Denver is exposed to hot, almost dry weather, and air quality warnings were issued on Saturday in most metropolitan areas and northern Front Range.

According to the National Meteorological Service of Boulder, the sky in metropolitan areas is mostly sunny on Saturdays, but in Denver there is a 30% chance of showers and thunderstorms, mostly after 2 pm. The highest temperature in the city is around 94 degrees Celsius. Winds can gust up to 18 mph.

Ozone Action Day alerts have been posted to the counties of Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, Western Arapaho, Western Adams, Broomfield, Boulder, Larimar, and Weld, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The alert is until 4 pm on Saturday.

Health officials are urging people to limit their driving of petrol cars, and sensitive people, including those with asthma and lung disease, are advised to limit their outdoor activities.

“Ozone levels are expected to reach unhealthy levels for sensitive groups on Saturday,” CDPHE said. “The most concentrated are the southern and western parts of the Denver Metro area, and the southern and central parts of Weld County, including Platteville and Greeley, heading north.”

On Saturday, weather forecasts almost east of the New Raymer-Limon route predict some heavy thunderstorms in the Northeast China Plain in the afternoon and evening. Winds can reach 60 miles per hour, and hail 1 inch in diameter poses a threat.

There is a 20% chance of a shower or thunderstorm before 9 pm on Saturday night in Denver, the Meteorological Department said. Under a partially cloudy sky, the minimum temperature drops to about 63 degrees Celsius.

The weather in Denver is sunny on Sundays, and the weather forecast says there is a 20% chance of a shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon. The high temperature reaches 94 degrees.

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