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Updated: 54 minutes ago

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - Hot temperatures continue to stay in the area for the remainder of the work week. Today is the third consecutive day that we have beaten our previous high temperature record in the Grand Valley. Monday June 14, our previous record was 101 (1936). New record was 102. Tuesday June 15, previous record was 100 (1946). New record is 103. Today, June 16, the previous record was 100 (1896). The new record is to be determined but we have seen temperatures reach as high as 103. Dry and drought will continue to stay with us for the next several days. Tonight, temperatures will hover in the lower 70s in Grand Junction with Delta and Montrose, hovering around the lower to mid 60s.

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Updated: 54 minutes ago
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GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - Hot temperatures continue to stay in the area for the remainder of the work week. Today is the third consecutive day that we have beaten our previous high temperature record in the Grand Valley. Monday June 14, our previous record was 101 (1936). New record was 102. Tuesday June 15, previous record was 100 (1946). New record is 103. Today, June 16, the previous record was 100 (1896). The new record is to be determined but we have seen temperatures reach as high as 103. Dry and drought will continue to stay with us for the next several days. Tonight, temperatures will hover in the lower 70s in Grand Junction with Delta and Montrose, hovering around the lower to mid 60s.

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