Denver, Colorado 2021-07-29 23:04:32 –
The weather on Thursday was pretty hot, but Denver didn’t break the record. The 95-degree highs recorded at Denver International Airport were not hot enough to exceed the 99-degree mark set in 2005.
Wednesday’s highest temperature in Denver is 100 degrees Celsius Breaking the record 145 years ago Twice each.
And the big news for the weekend is the re-start of the monsoon from southwestern Colorado to the central mountains and beyond. Denver is expected to reach a maximum of 95 degrees Celsius on Fridays and drop to about 80 degrees Celsius on weekends.
Another big part of the story is rain. Treste Huse, a meteorologist at Boulder’s National Weather Service, said the Denver region could rain more than an inch on weekends, and perhaps more in the southern and western metropolitan areas.
However, the outlook for humidity in metropolitan areas remains uncertain. The mountains, including the area burned by the historic wildfire last summer, are a different story.
Flash flood warnings have been issued in the Walden region of the mountainous region of the north central region. Flood advisories were being implemented in the western part of the area burned down by a nasty wildfire in the eastern part of Grand County.
From Interstate 70 Glenwood Canyon It was closed on Thursday afternoon when flash flood warnings were issued in areas burnt by the Grizzly Leak fire last year.
Burned areas are more vulnerable to flooding when heavy rains occur due to lack of vegetation.
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