Drought Is Worsening in Colorado and there is not much rain on the way. High heat and winds could increase fire danger.
After a damp and dreary start to the week, we will be rewarded with some nicer conditions through the weekend.
April 2020 saw relatively normal temperatures and precipitation across the U.S., the first slightly-cooler-than-average month since November 2019
Windy conditions will increase and humidity values will decrease leading to fire danger across Colorado. Denver will see a potential freeze.
This past weekend was categorized by awesome temps with some storms around. Some of those storms produced large hail and damaging winds but they were largely away from any city areas, which is good. Although, it would’ve been nice to get a little rain around the area. Denver picked up 0.04″ of rain this weekend but some areas near the Nebraska border saw 1-2″! … Read More May the 4th Be With You Forecast
A Special Avalanche Advisory was issued in Colorado for Considerable Avalanche conditions.
Severe weather chances are back in the forecast for Denver. Let’s look at the timing and what to expect.
Possible record heat comes to Denver ahead of what could be our first severe weather setup of the season.
The warming trends has been nice! We’ve seen highs in the mid 60s since Sunday with intermittent clouds and breezes conditions with virga showers descending above us. As I mentioned in my last blog, we were gooing to be on warming trend with a few shower chances before clearer weather shows up for this weekend. That is still on track. Decent Rain Chances Thursday … Read More A ‘Cool” Storm Followed by the Warmest Temperatures of the Year