Scorching weather to persist, with one possible blip on the radar

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Scorching weather to persist, with one possible blip on the radar

Summer rains could be later but heavier in the Southwest
Tubers float down the Animas River on Monday near 12th Street in Durango. Weather forecasters are calling for above-average temperatures for most days leading into next week.

Scorching weather to persist, with one possible blip on the radar

Tubers float down the Animas River on Monday near 12th Street in Durango. Weather forecasters are calling for above-average temperatures for most days leading into next week.

Scorching weather to persist, with one possible blip on the radar

The weather pattern that has brought above-average temperatures and below-average moisture to Southwest Colorado through the winter, spring and first part of summer is expected to persist through the week. Brian Klimowski, a National Weather Service meteorologist in Flagstaff, Arizona, said Monday the rains will likely start between July 6 and 9.
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