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.
Temperatures across the Front Range will likely end up being some of the hottest temperatures ever felt in September.
It’s been a hot one in Denver and along the Front Range lately. Unfortunately, the overall pattern doesn’t look to change much – at least in the near term. Let’s talk weather.
It is not rare for an August cold front to drop snow on Colorado’s mountains and the incoming cold front serves as a reminder that Colorado’s weather is more clever than you think. The cold front that is approaching from the north is a bit stronger of a storm than what is typically expected for this time of the year. That means that the … Read More Snow? Colorado’s high peaks may see some light snow Thursday
Colorado Weather: A cold front will reduce smoke, cools us off and bring the threat of mudslides back to burn scar areas
Who’s ready to cool off? After a stretch of days in the 90s with smoke filling the air again, I think it’s safe to say that an upcoming change in the weather pattern will be well received.
It was a busy month across Colorado in terms of the weather and all of the weather headlines we saw came from impressive rainfall that hit our state. Here is a list of some of the highest rainfall totals that areas around the state has seen throughout the month of July.
Multiple flash flooding events hit the San Juans, the Central mountains and I-70 in Colorado shutting down roads and causing travel headaches and with an incoming cold front meeting up with the already in place monsoon moisture, a busy weekend of impactful weather is coming for Denver and the surrounding areas.
Another round of triple-digit heat is forecast across Colorado for the remainder of this week as a ridge of high pressure moves in from the west.
As you make your way out this weekend, prepare for the threat of lightning and flash flooding, especially near burn scars. Most areas of the state are expecting thundershowers to develop Friday and Saturday with some slight drying for Sunday and Monday.
Looking back over it, wow…what a month we had. June is typically one of our warmer and wetter months of the year but this June was the opposite.