Denver weather: Temperatures in the 80s to start the week

Denver will warm back up over the next few days, recording high temperatures over 80 degrees. According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, the Front Range corridor will feel a bit like summer again during the daytime at the start of this week. Denver is forecasted to touch 80

Denver weather: Record heat expected Thursday and Friday

Denver is expected to see its hottest mid-September days in 150 years Thursday and Friday. The National Weather Service expects a high of 95 degrees Thursday, which would be the hottest Sept. 9 since it began recording the city’s temperature in 1872. The current record is 94 degrees, set in

Denver weather: More 90-degree heat continues this weekend

Denver will push back into the 90s to start the weekend with only one cooler day ahead. The National Weather Service in Boulder is forecasting a sunny day with a high of 91 degrees for Denver on Friday. There’s a 10% chance of storms in the evening with a low

Sunny bank holiday weekend on the way

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Denver weather: Smoke returns, hot start to week – The Denver Post

The 40-plus straight days of poor air quality ended this weekend. But, the deep breaths won’t last long as Monday brings more smoke into the region. The start of this week will be hot and smoky. According to the National Weather Service (NWS) in Boulder, the temperature will reach 91

Weather: Active fronts bring severe gales, heavy rain

A series of active fronts hanging over New Zealand until Wednesday will bring heavy rain and strong winds to southern and central parts of the country. All of the South Island – bar Nelson and parts of Tasman – are under MetService-issued weather warnings until Wednesday – where 220mm of

Europe may have hit its hottest temperature on record amid devastating wildfires and floods.

A monitoring station on the Italian island of Sicily reached a scorching temperature of 48.8 degrees Celsius, or 119.84 degrees Fahrenheit, on Wednesday. If verified by the World Meteorological Organization, it would mark the hottest temperature ever recorded in Europe, topping the previous record of 48 degrees set in Athens

Weather: Strong winds bring down powerlines and trees, power outages around Auckland

Strong gusts and high winds are affecting parts of Auckland early this morning, with emergency services being kept busy overnight. Fire crews had been called out to 77 weather-related call-outs in just over two hours between 3am and shortly after 5am. Northern fire communications shift manager, Paul Radden, said most

Disaster recovery in rain-lashed central China shifts up a gear

ZHENGZHOU, China (Reuters) – Disaster recovery in rain-battered Zhengzhou in central China moved up a gear on Friday as floodwaters that deluged the city of 12 million began to recede, helping rescuers reach the trapped and stranded.Slideshow ( 3 images )In neighbourhoods still immersed in waist-high water, rescuers used digger

Tens of thousands evacuated as China storms spread northwards

BEIJING (Reuters) – Tens of thousands of people were being evacuated from flood-hit regions of central China on Thursday as officials raised the death toll from heavy rains that have deluged Henan province for almost a week to 33 people.People holding umbrellas amid heavy rainfall wade through floodwaters on a