Showers Over the Front Range of Colorado with Denver in the Distance

Showers and breezy conditions have persisted for the last 18 hours or so. Not everyone has seen showers but the ones who have received less than 3/10ths of an inch. The Downtown area of Denver has seen only a trace of precip. which, really, means we didn’t get anything. We have a few more shower chances to go before things quiet down Saturday afternoon.

CPC Chances of Above and Below Normal Precip

Once these rain showers get out of the way, we are going to be set up for a week of very warm temperatures. We’re looking at low to mid-80s possible. Thanks, Ridge! There is no precipitation expected next week although, Spring does come with some random shower chances – but we’ll talk about that if necessary.

The end of April signifies the begin of severe weather season, according to probability, for Colorado. We don’t see peak severe weather season in Colorado until mid-late June.

In Other Weather News

This little sucker spinning in the Eastern Pacific has the chance to form into a tropical depression. If it did, it would be the earliest a tropical depression has formed in the Eastern Pacific on record! The hurricane season in the Eastern Pacific doesn’t officially start until May 15. The Atlantic hurricane season starts June 1.

Enjoy the weather and the warmth coming up!

~Rain or Shine
I’m Andy Stein

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