This is what it’s like living near Colorado’s hottest spots

It’s been a busy summer for hot spots in Colorado, but the state’s hot spots haven’t been nearly as hot as it is.

On Wednesday, temperatures topped out at more than 100 degrees.

That’s a lot warmer than the average summer temperature of 92 degrees, and it’s more than the daily average of about 45 degrees in the Denver metro area.

But it’s not all bad news for the state.

The state has seen its hottest temperatures on record, according to the National Weather Service.

This year, the state recorded the highest daily temperature ever recorded in a single week on Friday.

On Tuesday, the temperature hit 105 degrees.

On Thursday, the weather bureau reported that it was seeing the hottest day ever recorded for the area of Colorado.

The day was record-setting, with temperatures at least 98 degrees on record.

And on Friday, temperatures broke a record set in the city of Boulder on July 6.

Boulder was the third-highest temperature in the U.S. on record on that day.

And it was the first time the city had seen a temperature above 90 degrees.

There have been more than 5.6 million people affected by the heat wave, according the Denver Post.

Many of those are people who have lost their homes or have been unable to make ends meet, with many families and seniors relying on public assistance to survive.

The National Weather and Climate Center in Boulder reported that the number of people who are in shelters has more than doubled this summer compared to last year.

This is because shelters were not built to accommodate people during a heat wave.

In some parts of the country, such as in the South and Midwest, the heat has been even worse.

According to the Center for American Progress, nearly 40 percent of Americans living in places with extreme heat, such that temperatures reached 100 degrees or more, were forced to leave their homes in 2016.