Days with temperatures in the 100s, a perspective for Colorado and Denver

One hundred degree temperature readings do happen in Denver, but aren't typically all that common for the city. Denver averages just two 100-degree days each year. That average is a 30-year average which combines DIA and Stapleton locations. ACISDIA came online in mid-1994. In its 20 full summers of data, DIA has had years without a single 100-degree day (1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2009, 2011, and 2015) but has had as many as 13 100-degree days (2012). Here's the list of top 4 occurrences
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