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Early Week Impacts Include Monsoon and Heat

Monsoonal showers and thunderstorms may result in flash flooding and debris flows from the from the Southwest into the Four Corners and central Rockies through midweek. Summer heat with above normal temperatures are likely for the central Plains into Tuesday. Excessive heat is expected to build across the Northwest and the Central Valley of California by Tuesday, lasting for a few days. Read More >

Looking ahead into July in Alamosa, the average high temperature of 83 degrees on July 1st warms to 84 degrees by July 4th before cooling to 82 degrees by the end of the month. The average low temperature of 45 degrees on July 1st, warms to 48 degrees by the end of the month. The average temperature for the month of July in Alamosa is 65.3 degrees.  Alamosa averages 1.04 inches of precipitation through the month of July. On average, July is the warmest month of the year in Alamosa.   

In Colorado Springs,  the average high temperature of 86 degrees on July 1st warms to 87 degrees by July 7th before cooling back to 86 degrees by the end of the month. The average low temperature of 56 degrees on July 1st, warms to 59 degrees by the end of the month. The average temperature for the month of July in Colorado Springs is 72.4 degrees. Colorado Springs averages 3.12 inches of precipitation through the month of July.  On average, July is the warmest month of the year in Colorado Springs.       

In Pueblo, the average high temperature of 93 degrees on July 1st warms to 94 degrees by July 6th before cooling back to 93 degrees by the end of the month. The average low temperature of 59 degrees on July 1st, warms to 62 degrees by the end of the month. The average temperature for the month of July in Pueblo is 77.2 degrees. On average, July is the warmest month of the year in Pueblo.       

Below is the Climate Prediction Center's (CPC) temperature and precipitation outlook for the month of July, which gives better chances of above normal temperatures and below normal precipitation across all of south central and southeast Colorado.