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La Junta, Colorado - Weather

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Weather information for the La Junta area is provided below. Average temperatures, climate details and current forecasts are included.


Southeastern Colorado is part of the Great Plains region. Far from any major body of water, the area is low in humidity and often windy. Summers are hot, and winter temperatures can drop below 0 Fahrenheit. Most of the time however, temperatures are bearable. Spring and fall are very pleasant, with most of the precipitation occurring from March to June.

  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec  
Avg. High 44 51 59 68 77 89 94 92 83 71 55 45  
Avg. Low 15 21 28 36 47 57 62 61 51 38 25 17  
Precipitation 0.3 0.3 0.9 1.3 1.8 1.4 2.0 1.6 0.8 0.6 0.5 0.3  

Current Weather


57.4°F (14.1°C) Clear Feels like 57.4 F (14.1 C) Wind From the SW at 2.7 MPH Gusting to 4.9 MPH 0.00 in (0 mm) precipitation


Sun Mar 26

57°/33°F (14°/1°C) Mostly Cloudy


Mon Mar 27

69°/44°F (21°/7°C) Clear


Tue Mar 28

64°/39°F (18°/4°C) Chance of a Thunderstorm


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Southern ColoradoKnown as a heritage town with grand nineteenth-century architecture and brick streets that date to the early 1900s, Trinidad is set in a green valley halfway between Denver and Santa Fe. The town is surrounded by vast state and national recreation areas, including two state parks. Trinidad is the gateway to the Scenic Highway of Legends, where travelers find lakes and stunning dikes that radiate out from the ancient Spanish Peaks. Historic and prehistoric sites abound in every direction.
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