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COLORADO WEATHER: Monday’s near-record high of 70 degrees; The next storm system has passed 8 days

DENVER (KDVR) – We forecast an unusually dry and warm Monday with a record high of nearly 70 degrees in Denver. The record of 74 was set in 1899. The current normal high is 47 degrees, making today 23 degrees above normal.

The mountains will always be unusually warm and dry with peaks in the valley in the 50s.

The top temperature on Tuesday will drop 10 degrees in Denver, then the temperature will return to 70 degrees on Wednesday and Thursday.

Temperatures will drop slightly into the 50s this weekend.

The next storm system on the horizon is likely to have rain/snowfall around December 7. There are no guarantees with this storm system as there is such a strong high-pressure dome controlling the west.

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The next storm system could happen on July 12 with a dip in the jet stream.

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Emma Bowman

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