More high temperatures for Colorado

DENVER — More weather records are being broken as a heat wave continues across Colorado.

Denver and Pueblo broke high temperature records for the second straight day Tuesday. Denver reached 100 degrees, topping the old record high for June 11 of 95 degrees in 1956. Pueblo’s high Tuesday was 103.

The fire danger was high across much of the state Tuesday because of low relative humidity, strong winds and the heat.


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