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Denver tied another all-time heat record on Monday

After reaching 100° on Saturday, the Mile High City nearly touched that mark again Monday.

DENVER — The heat continues in the Mile High City.

Denver officially reached 99 degrees on Monday, tying the previous record set in 1994 and 2006.

Fort Collins set a brand new record at 97 degrees and Greeley tied its record high of 102 degrees. Boulder was just shy of its record of 98 degrees, reaching 95 degrees on Monday, said the National Weather Service in Boulder.

The normal high for Denver this time of year is 82 degrees.

Some relief arrived in Colorado overnight into Tuesday. A cold front swept through the state and the result will be more seasonal temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday, but more heat returns on Thursday. 

Highs in the 90s with breezy conditions will stay with Colorado through the weekend.

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