Temperatures hit a record high of 101 degrees in Denver on Saturday — but they’re now predicting snow for Tuesday.
The afternoon high temperature blasted past the previous Sept. 5 record of 98 degrees, set only last year, the Denver Post reported.
But the Colorado capital’s sweltering heat is heading for a post-Labor Day plunge.
Denver residents can expect Tuesday’s daytime temperatures to “fall off a cliff” into the 30s, the paper reported.
And it will sink below freezing — 28 degrees — overnight, with a massive blast of Canadian air bringing possible flurries.