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Weather Alert Day (Fire Danger + Heat)…one more day in the oven Friday

Posted: 11:13 AM, Jun 28, 2018
Updated: 2018-06-28 13:13:22-04

Tonight’s Forecast:
Scalding heat for one more day, Friday, before some relief (yes, we’re grading on a scale, here) comes Saturday through Monday, only to ramp up again next week. A cool front will shave back temps, starting Friday night. It offers little hope for rain, though. It’s possible a few upslope T-storms could pop Saturday evening, near the I-25 corridor…but the only realistic rain chances after that, are for extreme southeastern Colorado (eastern Las Animas and Baca/Prowers Counties), for Monday…Tuesday & Wednesday evenings.

Which also means, for almost all of us, little or no Mother Nature’s fireworks…on the 4th of July.

COLORADO SPRINGS: Low – 62, High – 97. Clearing up early, clear & warm overnight. Sunny to mostly sunny Friday…hot.

PUEBLO: Low – 67, High – 103. Becoming clear & warm overnight. Sunny to mostly sunny Friday…red hot.

CANON CITY: Low – 67, High – 102. Clearing up early, clear & warm overnight. Sunny to mostly sunny Friday…hot.

WOODLAND PARK: Low – 56, High – 88. Clearing up early, clear & warm overnight. Sunny to mostly sunny Friday…hot.

TRI-LAKES: Low – 59, High – 94. Clearing up early, clear & warm overnight. Sunny to mostly sunny Friday…hot.

PLAINS: Low – 70, High – 104. Clearing up early, clear & warm overnight. Sunny to mostly sunny Friday…hot.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low – 66, High – 96. Clearing up early, clear & warm overnight. Sunny to mostly sunny Friday…hot.


WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Chance for a storm or three along I-25, Saturday evening. Otherwise, somewhat cooler this weekend, and rain-free Sunday.


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