Denver weather records continue to melt as heat rises above 90 degrees again

Unseasonably warm weather continues to linger in northeastern Colorado and Denver broke yet another daily high temperature on Thursday, adding to the record list for the year.

Denver had already set a record for most days of 90 degrees or higher in a calendar year — at 74 — and Thursday’s recording pushed the record to 75.

The temperature in Denver reached 91 degrees at 2:20 p.m., according to the National Weather Service. The previous record for Sept. 24 was 89 degrees set in 1992. The normal high temperature for the date is 75 degrees.

The weather service forecast calls for sunny skies in Denver on Friday and Saturday, with a forecast high of 91 degrees each day.

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