While much of Colorado east of the mountains cooled more than 20 degrees from Sunday's readings, it was a "scorcher" in the San Luis Valley.
Alamosa tied its' record high of 89 degrees. That's a record that's been on the books since 1998.
As wind speeds increased, so did temperatures in the NewsFirst 5 viewing area on Saturday. At least 3 cities hit record highs.
Colorado Springs 80 (Old record 73/2007) Pueblo 87 (Old record 83/1959) Alamosa 75 (Old record 72/1959)
We'll add additional records for the day as they're reported
2 Record lows (at least) in southern Colorado on Friday morning.
Pueblo dropped to 25 degrees, breaking the old record of 28 set in 1893
Alamosa logged a 12 degree reading, enough to replace the old record of 17 set in 1961.