Dry and hot Tuesday - Kiowa County weather forecast for July 9, 2019

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Published Tuesday, July 9, 2019
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by Chris Sorensen

Sunny skies and just a hint of breeze will be the rule across Kiowa County Tuesday.

Very light wind will start out of the west before shifting east later in the day, staying mostly in the 5-10 mile per hour range.

Skies will be sunny, with a few scattered clouds, as temperatures reach the low 90s for most areas. Far western Kiowa County could reach the mid-90s. Overnight, temperatures fall back to around 60.

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With dry air shifting into the region, rain is unlikely Tuesday.

Temperatures are expected to fall back to the mid-80s Wednesday, with a slight chance of thunderstorms returning in during the evening.

Currently, KiowaCountyPress.net Live Weather from downtown Eads shows WSW wind at 0 mph. Monday evening, winds were gusting to 27 mph. The current temperature is 51, with 0.01 inches of rain so far today. Yesterday, 0.03 inches of rain was recorded in Eads, with an unofficial high of 93. The strongest wind gust since midnight was 255 mph, while the high temperature for the day so far was 54 at 03:19 PM.

Elsewhere in Colorado, nearly all mountain snowmelt runoff flooding has ended. Most areas will see the same hot, dry conditions expected for Kiowa County.

Weather information updated throughout the day is available at http://weather.KiowaCountyPress.net.

Kiowa County Weather Outlook for July 9, 2019

Community

High

Low

Chance of Precip

Wind Gust

Direction

Arlington

96

62

0

10

E

Haswell

92

61

0

10

E

Eads

92

60

0

10

E

Chivington

92

60

0

5

NE

Sand Creek Massacre NHS

92

59

0

5

E

Brandon

92

60

0

5

E

Sheridan Lake

92

59

0

5

ENE

Towner

91

60

0

5

ENE

 

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