Heat Relief Could Be On The Way To Parts Of Colorado

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Chris Spears By Chris Spears
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DENVER (CBS4) - If you’re looking for a little relief from the summer heat, then you may have something to look forward to in the next two weeks.

The latest 8-14 day temperature forecast from the Climate Prediction Center shows Denver and much of eastern Colorado on the fringe of cooler-than-normal temperatures.

Western Colorado looks like it will remain hot, as warmer-than-normal weather grips the western third of the nation.

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The 8-14 day precipitation outlook shows portions of south and southeast Colorado on the edge of an area forecast to be wetter-than-normal.

If this pans out, it will be great news for the drought.

These outlooks were issued by the Climate Prediction Center branch of the National Weather Service on July 22, 2014, valid for the period July 30th through August 5th.

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