Another round of snow is heading for Denver and the Front Range. Get ready for a wet couple inches of snow by Thursday morning. More in Colorado Springs and Pueblo.
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.
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
The upcoming snow storm will definitely have impacts on the wildfires currently burning but it may not be enough to extinguish the fires completely
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.
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!