11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion
Meteorologist Emily Roehler
Wednesday, July 23rd
We're on track for another warm afternoon with highs expected to top off in the 90s around the Springs and Pueblo. We should see a few more clouds as we head through the afternoon, more north, but the afternoon is looking mainly dry with rain chances trending to the north of the Springs.
We hang on to the heat Thursday, in fact we should be a bit hotter. Temperatures will climb into the triple digits for Pueblo under mostly sunny skies. The Springs may feel some afternoon relief as the chances for a spotty storm works in.
Hot and mainly dry conditions continue through the first half of the weekend before we see some relief from the toasty conditions on Sunday.
We'll work in chances for thunderstorms by Sunday afternoon with relatively cooler temperatures and chances for rain continuing through Wednesday. Tuesday looks like our best day for potentially heavy rain.
We'll be keeping a close eye on area burn scars early next week as afternoon storms roll through.
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- Average High: 85
- Average Low: 58
- Record High/Year: 98/1981
- Record Low/Year: 47/1958
- Date: July 21st, 2014
- Sunrise: 5:48am
- Sunset: 8:22pm
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