Denver and Colorado have seen a bit of an active pattern recently but that will come to an end. A big warm up is expected.
The upcoming snow storm will definitely have impacts on the wildfires currently burning but it may not be enough to extinguish the fires completely
Currently we are in a La Niña phase which is forecast to last through winter and into Spring of 2021 and just as you’d expect, that has implications of what our winter will look like here in Colorado.
90 to 100-degree weather sweltered Denver and the Front Range this August. Coupled with very dry conditions, we saw fires erupt and the drought worsen across the state.
Autumn is upon us and that means that the Aspen trees will be changing to their extravagant yellow soon. Here is a look at what to expect this year!
The 2020 hurricane season is off to an active start in the Atlantic. The Eastern Pacific is off to a slow start but there is currently a major hurricane spinning. Here are the details:
Drought is measured by a lack of precipitation falling from the sky but what happens when you lack precipitation in the sky and in the ground?
Daily rain chances are at their seasonal minimum. But why?