After a Wet Weekend, Hot and Dry Weather Is Back. A Look at Our Next Surge of Moisture.
Hot and dry weather continue this week until we start to see a shift in our weather. Monsoon rains return next week to bring drought and heat relief to the area.
Colorado Weather: Ready For A Change? Cooler, Wetter Weather is Forecast
A nice change of pace in our forecast is coming with daily storm chances, slightly cooler weather and enough rain to make some dents in our drought.
CLIMATE IN COLORADO: Summer Nights Getting Warmer Along With all of the Summer Season
Summer are nights are warming across Colorado as the Climate continues to change. Warmer summer nights can have impacts on the human body and allow for the following day to warm at a rapid rate.
Triple-Digit Heat with Some Monsoon Moisture Coming in the Long Term
Triple digit heat and lots of it is in store for this Monday. High heat will continue for much of this week with less than stellar chances of rain and storms.
Fourth of July Weekend Forecast: Mother Nature Has A Few Firework Shows Planned Over the Weekend
The long holiday weekend is almost here and mother nature has planned a few thunderstorms and light shows for us. Rain is in the forecast through this weekend with thunderstorms most numerous in the high country. A drying and warming trend is expected after the Fourth.
More Monsoon Moisture Coming to Colorado – Everyone Should Get a Little Something by This Weekend
Monsoon rains are expected to work their way across Colorado through this week and into the weekend. Some good moisture should be realized across southern Colorado.
Monsoon Moisture to Bring Beneficial Rain to Southern and Western Colorado
More heat is on the way but some monsoon rains should help to cool some of this weekend. It looks like the SW Corner of Colorado may do the best in terms of rainfall this weekend.
Colorado Sees Its 8th Ever ‘Heat Advisory’ With Record Heat Lasting Through the Weekend
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…