Monday Evening Weather: Heat Continues All Week

Posted at 12:16 PM, Jun 04, 2018
and last updated 2018-06-04 14:16:24-04

Tonight’s Forecast:
A broad ridge of high pressure will be our main weather feature this week. We stay hot for the rest of today and mild tonight with lows in the 50’s. Clouds will increase this evening before clearing overnight. 

COLORADO SPRINGS: Low – 57, High – 91. Mainly dry and warm this evening. Even hotter Tuesday with some pm clouds. 

PUEBLO: Low – 58, High – 98. Warm and quiet tonight. Hotter still tomorrow and mainly dry. 

CANON CITY: Low – 58, High – 94. Warm this evening and overnight. Hotter for tomorrow with a few pm clouds.

WOODLAND PARK: Low – 52, High – 76. Mild this evening with clearing skies overnight. Warmer still for Tuesday with pm clouds.

TRI-LAKES: Low – 50’s, High – 80’s. Warm for the rest of the evening. Hot for tomorrow.

PLAINS: Low – 50’s, High – 90’s. Very mild tonight. 90’s close to 100’s for some areas on Tuesday. Chance for a pm shower/storm.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low – 50’s, High – 90’s. Warm this evening and overnight. Hotter still tomorrow. 

REST OF THE WEEK: An upper level ridge continues to build and dominate our weather. That means heat will be the main story this week and even into the weekend. Highs will be well into the 80’s, 90’s, and even some 100’s for Pueblo and the plains at times. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday look to be the hottest days before we see a few degrees of relief to start the new week.  Have a plan to beat the heat this week. Shower chances will be very minimal each day. Best chance for a stray shower or storm will be in the mountains and for the far eastern plains. Fire Danger will be a bigger issue with hot and dry air in place. Winds won’t be terribly gusty, but they do get a little stronger later in the week and that will likely mean Red Flag Warnings for some areas. 


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