Snow is INCOMING for the Southern Mountains. Snow will spread over the entire state this weekend with up to a 18″ of snow falling.
In a show of true Colorado colors, multiple main thoroughfares are closed due to the ground blizzards and dust storms
I don’t know about you but when we crossed over into a New Year, I was very hopeful that our weather would miraculously shift and become better. Unfortunately, the drought, above-average temperatures and overall bad place that we are in weather-wise, has not changed.
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
A record number of named tropical storms formed in the Atlantic, with a record 12 making landfall. The nation also had its most active wildfire year on record due to very dry conditions in the West and unusually warm temperatures that gripped much of the country.
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
For Denver standards, seeing measurable snow 6 days in a row is a pretty rare thing to have happen and that’s what just happened.
With a rough snowpack to work with, the incoming storms will be beneficial to say the least. Multiple rounds of snow should boost our water supply just in time for the Holidays.
In case you lost count, we haven’t seen measurable precipitation in Denver since November 24 when we officially saw 5″ of snow fall. Since then, it’s been dry and rather warm. Especially recently, the recent spell of 50s and 60s has created quite the illusion that it’s not December but that will change as Thursday comes around. After Wednesday’s beautiful weather, we will definitely … Read More Snow Returns to the Front Range After A Long Stretch of Dry Weather
WINDY conditions are incoming for Saturday followed by a warm up for the Front Range. The mountains will see snow this weekend causing difficult driving conditions at times.