Triple digit heat is forecast across Colorado next week as a ridge of high pressure sets up over the western US.
Extreme fire danger is forecast for Western Colorado for the first time since 2006.
It’s been a noticeably wet and snowy start to the year in Denver. In fact, it’s been the wettest start to a year since the early 1940s but this isn’t the case everywhere.
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.
The Upcoming Snow Cycle Could be Enough to Allow for More Ski Areas to Open and Could Start Our Winter Snowpack
Happily, I’m writing about a pattern change that should be a bit of a game-changer for Colorado. This won’t be a drought-buster but it will provide relief to the drought, it should kick off the snowpack season, and it should allow for more ski areas to open
After an exceptionally dry and wildfire-filled October, some cold and snow are in the forecast and it will be a blast of cold that will make it feel like the dead of winter.
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?
Drought Is Worsening in Colorado and there is not much rain on the way. High heat and winds could increase fire danger.
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