More high temperatures for Colorado
DENVER — A heat wave is expected to continue across Colorado.
The National Weather Service said Tuesday high temperatures and windy conditions are creating a high fire danger across the state.
Denver and Pueblo set new records for high temperatures on Monday.
The National Weather Service says Denver International Airport hit a record 99 degrees Monday afternoon. The previous record for June 10 was 97 degrees, set in 1952.
The agency says the high in Pueblo was 103 degrees Monday. That broke the old record of 101, set in 1953.