PM Update: June Starts Dry and Pleasant
Partly sunny Tuesday, late-day thunder possible
Some thin high clouds spread across an otherwise very sunny sky today. After a cool morning for the beginning of June, temperatures have climbed nicely, now nearing highs in the mid-to-upper 70s most spots. Pleasant conditions will persist through the evening for those outdoor summertime (meteorological summer began today) activities like softball and kickball.
Tomorrow (Tuesday): Skies remain partly sunny for most of the day and temperatures should warm well above average. Highs look to reach the upper 80s across most of the area. By the afternoon and into the evening, isolated showers or thunderstorms may dot the landscape.
See Jason Samenow's full forecast through the weekend.
Hurricane Season: It's June 1... You know what that means? The Atlantic hurricane season has arrived. Though we have already seen two disturbances, one becoming a tropical depression, the heart of the season is typically August-October with a statistical peak in September. Jeff Masters examines the probability of a named storm in early June and assesses where we stand right now. Tomorrow, Colorado State University will release their updated forecast numbers (see previous installment).
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