Monsoon rains are expected to work their way across Colorado through this week and into the weekend. Some good moisture should be realized across southern Colorado.
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More heat is on the way but some monsoon rains should help to cool some of this weekend. It looks like the SW Corner of Colorado may do the best in terms of rainfall this weekend.
Well our first heatwave is on the way and if you’ve been outside today (Friday), you’ve likely already noticed it. A large ridge of high pressure has built over the SW US and it the culprit for our current and continue heatwave. Ridges of high pressure trap air which is easier to heat. Ridges like this also suppress clouds and storm formation allowing for … Read More Colorado Sees Its 8th Ever ‘Heat Advisory’ With Record Heat Lasting Through the Weekend
A few severe storms expected in Colorado today with thunderstorms continue through midweek. Then we’ll watch some of the hottest weather of the season move in this weekend.
Another day of cool and wet weather is expected across Colorado as our last breath of energy moves across the state. This will be followed by hotter and drier weather to end the week.
Denver and the surrounding metro areas are bracing for a heavy, wet and damaging snowstorm.
Denver Weather: Late-Season Snowstorm to Drop Feet of Snow in the Mountains and Wreak Havoc on Travel. A Potential Major Snowstorm for Denver
A late-season snowstorm is set to impact Denver and the surrounding areas with heavy snow and sub-freezing temperatures. Tree damage and power outages are all possible with the incoming storm.
Denver Weather: High Fire Danger on Thursday Will Precede a Cold Storm on Friday With a Few Flakes (Yes, Snowflakes) Possible
Denver and the surrounding areas have the chance of seeing some late-season snowflakes with an approaching cold storm. Though everyone may not see snow, there will be moisture and that is the good news.
Unfortunately, you read that title right. Fire danger is expected to stay high for several days in a row this week across Colorado. This is coming off the most active April ever in terms of fire danger present and is also coming off a weekend where fire danger was high. High fire danger has two main ingredients; low humidity and wind. Most annoyingly to … Read More Colorado Weather: Long-Duration Episode of Fire Danger Expected in Colorado This Week
There’s no doubting that this April has been windier than normal. And can you even comprehend the amount of fire danger there’s been across the state? It’s been a heck of a month
It’s an important enough weather event that the National Weather Service is warning almost everyone from the Foothills to the eastern Plains prepare an emergency kit should the area you live in have to evacuate due to a wildfire. Let’s talk about what is making this day so dangerous.