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               More triple digit heat to kick off the week

WEATHER More triple digit heat to kick off the week

While an isolated severe storm is possible, the best chances for severe weather remain much better across eastern Pueblo county.

Fri: High: 87 Becoming mostly sunny. While severe weather is not expected, very heavy rain will be likely in thunderstorms. Flooding concerns are there but mainly in Manitou and the Waldo Canyon scar.

A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through Wednesday evening. Monday still brings the chance for a few showers and thunderstorms. The showers will be on and off as the low spins to the west of Ohio. Some storms will last into the evening before clearing overnight. However, when the skies do open up, it can rain hard given the high humidity and the high amount of moisture that's in the air.

The trend of afternoon showers and thunderstorms will continue Tuesday through Friday, with storms capable of producing damaging wind, large hail and frequent lightning. High temperatures were in the upper 80s and lower 90s.

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For Sunday, it will be mostly cloudy and humid with a some passing showers and rough conditions at sea.

Mostly cloudy, then gradually becoming sunny, with a high near 89. While flooding is possible through Canon City, rain looks heavier north and south of the city.

Thereafter, rain and thunderstorm chances will diminish the rest of the week, but may not entirely go away. Wednesday, our next more significant weather-maker will be on the way.

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