Colorado Springs Still High Fire Danger

We know we have been harping on fire safety for a while but the fires keep happening and the conditions continue to be warm, dry, and windy; perfect for fires.

At Interstate Roofing in Colorado Springs, we are always concerned for our neighbors and friends. With higher fire danger we must all do what we can to prevent fires.

 Fire danger expected to remain high around Colorado Springs | Colorado Springs Gazette, News
The Colorado Springs area is expected to get a weather break Monday before things heat up.

According to Gazette news partner KKTV, regional temperatures are forecast to be in the 50s and 60s on Monday – a day after El Paso County and surrounding communities were under a red flag warning because of strong winds, warm temperatures and dry conditions.

The National Weather Service in Pueblo predicts that Colorado Springs could see a high near 59 degrees on Monday with relatively light winds throughout the day.

After that, temperatures are forecast to creep into the 70s.

“A very mild, dry stretch of weather continues midweek through the weekend as temps are primarily in the 60s and 70s across the lower elevations,” KKTV said in a weather report. “Fire danger will remain high with breezy afternoons throughout the week.” See more…

 

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