Heavy rain is expected across Colorado through the end of the week. This could cause flooding at times – especially over burn scars.
Category: Breaking weather
Well our first heatwave is on the way and if you’ve been outside today (Friday), you’ve likely already noticed it. A large ridge of high pressure has built over the SW US and it the culprit for our current and continue heatwave. Ridges of high pressure trap air which is easier to heat. Ridges like this also suppress clouds and storm formation allowing for … Read More Colorado Sees Its 8th Ever ‘Heat Advisory’ With Record Heat Lasting Through the Weekend
Denver Weather: Late-Season Snowstorm to Drop Feet of Snow in the Mountains and Wreak Havoc on Travel. A Potential Major Snowstorm for Denver
A late-season snowstorm is set to impact Denver and the surrounding areas with heavy snow and sub-freezing temperatures. Tree damage and power outages are all possible with the incoming storm.
Unfortunately, you read that title right. Fire danger is expected to stay high for several days in a row this week across Colorado. This is coming off the most active April ever in terms of fire danger present and is also coming off a weekend where fire danger was high. High fire danger has two main ingredients; low humidity and wind. Most annoyingly to … Read More Colorado Weather: Long-Duration Episode of Fire Danger Expected in Colorado This Week
It’s an important enough weather event that the National Weather Service is warning almost everyone from the Foothills to the eastern Plains prepare an emergency kit should the area you live in have to evacuate due to a wildfire. Let’s talk about what is making this day so dangerous.
Extreme winds led to the Marshall fire rapidly growing and destroying hundreds of structures in Louisville and Superior Colorado. How did this happen? The meteorology behind the wind.
The Marshall Fire is likely to be dubbed Colorado’s most disastrous fire in terms of property and homes lost. This is an ongoing and developing situation. Here are a few ways to help those affected by the fire
Colorado weather: Game changing snow coming to the Colorado mountains while Denver continues to beg for any moisture at all
Game-changing snow pattern is likely to set up over Colorado just in time for Christmas. Continuous snow and cold are poised to last through the New Year for the Colorado Rockies leading to a building snowpack.
Denver weather | Fall ends with Denver in a top spot of the driest Falls, warmest Falls and least snowy Falls on record plus more weather extremes
Not to sound too doomsday-ish here but there is a lot going on with Denver’s weather right now that is not ‘normal’ and should this be foreshadowing of the future, you may want to take note of what’s happening because it could turn into what we expect in terms of our seasonal weather.
Denver has not seen any snow this season and is breaking records for the latest first snow and for going the most amount of days without seeing snow. Weather records, no matter how arbitrary you think they may be, are kept so we have a reference for anomalous events. Well, this snow season is certainly shaping up to be anomalous.