Denver, Colorado 2021-09-11 12:49:56 –
The National Meteorological Service forecasts that Saturday will continue to record near-record heat in the Denver region and the eastern plains, with high temperatures rising in the mid-to-first half of the 1990s.
In Denver on Saturday, high temperatures are expected to reach 96 degrees Celsius under almost clear skies. The record high temperature in Denver on September 11 is 93 degrees Celsius, set in 2018. The normal maximum temperature for a date is 82 degrees. According to the Meteorological Bureau, there is a 20% chance of a shower or thunderstorm in the city after 4 pm.
🌡 Record-breaking heat can continue in today’s plains. Today’s Denver record is 93F and the forecast is 96F.
⚡ There could be a thunderstorm in the northeast this afternoon. The main threats are strong winds and lightning.
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) September 11, 2021
When Denver heats above 93 degrees Celsius on Saturday, it will be the third consecutive day of record highs in the city.
In northeastern Colorado, scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected on Saturday afternoons. According to the Meteorological Department, storms can generate strong winds and dry lightning up to 55 mph. Hot climates, low humidity and lighting raise wildfire concerns.
On Saturday nights in Denver, there is a 20% chance of a shower or thunderstorm before 1am, and weather services say the cold will drop to about 60 degrees Celsius.
The weather in Denver on Sundays will be cooler, hotter at 86 degrees Celsius, with a 20% chance of a light rain or thunderstorm in the afternoon. The sky is almost sunny.
Denver’s high temperatures on Tuesday peaked at 75 degrees Celsius, with a cool-down expected next week.
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