Longmont weather: Cooler today, with a high of 79

by Jared Lewis June 14, 2017, 2:22
Longmont weather: Cooler today, with a high of 79

Boulder County's in for a cooler day today, with temperatures topping out in the high 70s under increasingly cloudy skies, according to the National Weather Service. National Weather Service meteorologist Robbie Munroe told LAist that the hottest temperatures will be found in the interior and Antelope valleys, and that the mercury will likely rise around three to five degrees a day through Friday.

The state Dept. of Environmental Conservation issued an air quality advisory for New York City on Tuesday, anticipating high levels of air pollution.

Temperatures will creep back up through the remainder of the week.

Forecast high temperatures on Monday with potential records circled
Forecast high temperatures on Monday with potential records

Winds out of the southeast and west will gust up to 31 miles per hour, the weather service says. Heavy downpours, small hail, lightning and gusty winds are possible anytime between 2 to 10 p.m, Storm Team 4 said.

The National Weather Service in Pueblo predicted highs of 79 degrees Tuesday, 82 degrees Wednesday and 84 degrees Thursday.

There is a slight chance for rain showers and thunderstorms on Saturday, the weather service says.


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