Weather information for the Pueblo area is provided below. Average temperatures, climate details and current forecasts are included.
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Pueblo is not as close to the mountains and is farther south than the other major Colorado cities, so its climate is warmer. Winters are mild, with snow typically melting before spending too much time on the ground. Summers can get quite hot, with temperatures occasionally topping 100, but are usually in the low 90s during the day. Combined with the low humidity, this makes most summer days in Pueblo more than bearable.