Denver, Colorado 2021-06-16 09:50:12 –
The extremely hot weather that first hit Denver above 100 degrees Celsius in 2021 on Tuesday will continue on another day. The maximum temperature is 101 degrees Celsius and is expected to be about the same on Wednesday.
Boulder’s National Weather Service predicts that Wednesday will be 100 degrees under clear skies. When temperatures drop to 67 degrees Celsius, there is a 10% chance of a shower or thunderstorm in the evening. An isolated thunderstorm occurs in the highlands in the afternoon, moving southeast through the plains, increasing the likelihood of gusts in parts of Colorado.
Douglas, Jefferson, Denver, Western Arapaho, Western Adams, Bloomfield, Boulder, Larimar, and Weld counties are still in poor air quality due to several wildfires in the southwest.
Thursday is another chance for a three-digit number up to 99 degrees under a clear sky. There is a 20% chance that it will rain after lunch. Thunderstorms with gusts will once again be the main threat. When a cyclone drops to 65 degrees, a gust of nearly 20 mph can occur.
The possibility of a storm indicates that the front is cool, bringing a few notches of heat on Friday. The weather is 90 degrees, the probability of a thunderstorm is 30%, and the minimum temperature is 63 degrees. Moisture accumulates throughout the day and over the weekend, perhaps resulting in a more consistent and scattered shower revival. Highs are in the 90’s throughout the weekend.
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