A highly-viewed tornado spun just north of Denver on Monday but this wasn’t just a regular tornado, it was a landspout tornado
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Since Denver and Colorado have some of the most interesting weather around, we knew the local meteorologists in town would have some fun stories to tell about their most memorable storms and how they got into a career of weather.
Since March 1, Denver has been wetter than Miami and cloudier than the Pacific Northwest. In what is the wettest start to a year since 1983, Denver residents are finding themselves realizing that we are not going to have 300 days of sunshine this year as the city boasts.
A very wet day 24 hours is ending in NE Colorado leaving some with over a half a foot of rain and more than a foot of snow as winter and spring clash in Denver.
Smoke obscures the sun as fire approaches a ridge along Highway 36 as several wildfires burn in the state Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020, south of Lyons, Colo. Photo by David Zalubowski / AP Photo
It’s been a beautiful Tuesday. Sunshine and highs in the low 60s helped a lot of folks get out and about today. There is some snow already falling in the highest peaks right now associated with a cold front that will bring the Front Range and Plains some very windy conditions. Winds will be most intense on the Plains but gusts in Denver are … Read More Strong Winds Coming With A Cold and Blustery Wednesday
First of all, Happy Winter Solstice! Today is the shortest day of the year! It’s all uphill from now on. The main weather type that has been impacting us since Sunday has been wind. And, jeeze, it has been breezy. The mountains and Foothills have seen gusts up to hurricane force! While areas around the Metro have seen 20-30 mph gusts. Needless to say, … Read More Holiday Forecast and a Look Ahead to a Possible Stormy New Years Pattern
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!
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?