Heat Wave – State of Colorado, [Colorado-wide] : More weather records are being broken as a heat wave continues across Colorado.

So many in it’s path 😦

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Heat Wave in USA on Wednesday, 12 June, 2013 at 04:49 (04:49 AM) UTC.

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More weather records are being broken as a heat wave continues across Colorado. Denver and Pueblo broke high temperature records for the second straight day Tuesday, both before noon. Denver reached 96 and Pueblo hit 101 and the mercury is expected to keep climbing. The hottest weather is expected in parched southeastern Colorado, where it’s expected to reach 109 in Lamar. The fire danger is high across much of the state because winds are expected to pick up, making it easy for fires to spread in the heat. Some small wildfires are already burning, including one sparked by lighting at Rocky Mountain National Park. Firefighters are also battling a small blaze in a training area at the Air Force…

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5 thoughts on “Heat Wave – State of Colorado, [Colorado-wide] : More weather records are being broken as a heat wave continues across Colorado.

  1. Yes, and there is no reprieve in sight it looks like. Unless part of that line of storms makes a detour to Colorado they are going to be hot and dry for a while. Or so they say……

    All we can do at the moment is pray that the heat wave is alleviated somehow 🙂

    Thank you for the re-blog

    1. you are welcome 🙂

      I would easily give up my dank and cool weather to help them 🙂

  2. Sad. It seems to be the direction of things to come. We had suffered high heat for the last two years and right now we are finally getting rains and cooler temps. I think a number of states are flip flopping their weather patterns.

    1. 😦 I remember the Sana Ana’s (sp) when I drove and when the 3 of us camped in AZ 80 MPH sustained winds on Christmas day 😦

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