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Rain Or Shine It's Andy Stein - Colorado Meteorologist
Rain Or Shine It's Andy Stein - Colorado Meteorologist
It’s officially the fall season (if you follow the astronomical seasons rather than the meteorological seasons) and before you know it, it’ll be 32 degrees and snow will be flying....

Rain Or Shine It's Andy Stein - Colorado Meteorologist
Rain Or Shine It's Andy Stein - Colorado Meteorologist
Colorado, United States
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How are you enjoying the Fall weather!?

Temperatures were downright chilly 🥶 this morning. Most Front Range cities dropped into the 30s and 40s while mountain ⛰ locations were in the teens and 20s!

It’ll warm up nicely today but stay below normal for afternoon temperatures.

We have a completely dry forecast in place through the weekend so it’s going to be a seasonal and calm remainder of the workweek.

We’ll start watching more active weather again by this time next week but until then - it’s going to be a beautiful week. 🌞

#COwx #Colorado #Weather #Forecast #Denver
📸: Dan Will
Rain Or Shine It's Andy Stein - Colorado Meteorologist
Rain Or Shine It's Andy Stein - Colorado Meteorologist
Colorado, United States
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It snowed in the high elevations of Colorado today! Mainly in the northern mountains 🏔Just a reminder that Fall is quickly approaching and so is winter 🥶

Denver is clear and cool and expected to have a beautiful week ahead.

Enjoy the sunshine and fall temperatures. 🌞 🍁

#Denver #FrontRange #Colorado #Snow @powderchasers
Rain Or Shine It's Andy Stein - Colorado Meteorologist
Rain Or Shine It's Andy Stein - Colorado Meteorologist
Colorado, United States
Long Range forecasts are a great tool to use when look at seasonal forecasts.

The long range forecast for October, November and December are showing signs of it being warmer than normal and drier than normal across Colorado.

This lines up pretty decently with a La Niña pattern so this isn’t too shocking.

What it is is a bit sad because we could really use some moisture and cooler weather to offset the amount of warmth we’ve had this summer.

Unfortunately, the trend for Colorado is for there to be more warm and more dry periods in the future as a result of Climate Change.

Hottest, smoky and dry summers will be the new norm eventually so you should anticipate what that means for agriculture, water needs and just your general life.

Not trying to be a downer but a communicator of what is seeming to be inevitable.

Unfortunately weather got politicized and now there are “sides” to take when, in fact, there is only one side to this.

The forecast isn’t calling for the next few months to be the hottest or driest ever, but compared to “normal,” it will be warmer and drier than what is typically expected.

#COwx #Colorado #Weather #Forecast #Denver #RockyMountains #FrontRange #ClimateChange
Rain Or Shine It's Andy Stein - Colorado Meteorologist
Rain Or Shine It's Andy Stein - Colorado Meteorologist
Colorado, United States
☀️ One more week of hot and sunny weather before some changes are coming! 🍁

A storm is looking to move into Colorado for early next week bringing fall temps to the Urban Corridor and high elevation snow ❄️ to the mountains!

It’ll be a nice reprieve from the heat and may be the first of many cold front approaching ahead of winter. Enjoy this possible last week of heat!

#Denver #Colorado #FrontRange #Forecast 📸: Dan Will
Rain Or Shine It's Andy Stein - Colorado Meteorologist
Rain Or Shine It's Andy Stein - Colorado Meteorologist
Winter?!!? Is that you?!

No snow is in the forecast YET but it could be a decent winter for a lot of mountain towns.

#Winter


Excited to be watching a more active forecast shape up. Let’s bring on the snow ❄️ https://t.co/MtMr02lra8 AndySteinWx photo

Drought conditions have almost fully engulfed Colorado again. A few spots are still in the clear but with a lack of rain in the forecast - again - we'll have to prepare for worsening drought conditions. https://t.co/6tkAWSPDOW AndySteinWx photo

Happy fall, y’all! Denver’s first freeze and first snow are coming up faster than you think https://t.co/NotHyFRskO

@rockiesfan0416 Winter is when the winds are the strongest overhead. It takes a jet stream type of winds to create them and the jet stream is to our north in the summer and closer by in winter.

@rockiesfan0416 It’s possible under the right conditions but the real lenticular so that are like this happen more from late fall to early spring.

Literally CANNOT wait for lenticular season https://t.co/JePUFM31Vz
AndySteinWx photo
Kyle Brittain @KyleTWN
Awesome sunset along the Alberta foothills this evening! https://t.co/jE3ptQh7Pi

Hey, Its Andy!
🌪 🔥 I LOVE WEATHER 🌦❄️ I create weather content for @5280magazine @denverpost @powderchasers and more 🏳️‍🌈He/him/his #Weather #Denver #COwx https://andysweather.com/weather-content/
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