DENVER — Monday will likely be the hottest-ever July 18 on record in Denver.
The Mile High City is forecasted to reach 101 degrees Monday, which would break the previous July 18 high of 99 degrees set in 2020.
The low temperature Monday morning was 72 degrees, the normal low for the date is 61 degrees. If it holds, the mark would set the daily record for warmest minimum temperature, breaking Denver's current record of 70° set in 1878.
A Heat Advisory is out for portions of northeast Colorado, including the greater Denver area, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. for high temperatures reaching up to 105 degrees.
The National Weather Service said Coloradans should stay hydrated, seek shade if outside, don't forget the sunscreen, and seek medical attention if you experience signs of heat stroke.
Temperatures above 90 degrees are forecasted each day this week, the upcoming weekend and into next week.
Denver Parks and Recreation will open all currently operating recreation centers to the public as cooling stations during regular business hours with fee-free access to all.
On Sunday, Salt Lake City tied its all-time record high temperature of 107 degrees. It was the fourth time Salt Lake City had reached that mark.
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