Category: Snow Storm

Powerful Spring Storm May Throw Curve-balls! – Here’s the Latest – 5/20/2019

This storm is going to surprise a lot of folks… a powerful spring storm system is moving through Colorado and the central and southern plains. Colorado will see ample amounts of moisture and for some areas that may mean decent snow accumulation, while the SE corner will see heavy rain and potentially severe storms.   …

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The Week Ahead – Remaining Cool and Unsettled – 5/19/2019

Another strong spring storm is moving into the area starting late in the day Sunday and will bring cool, wet and unsettled conditions to the front range over the next several days. Here’s the latest details and look at what the rest of the week holds! Weather Watches/Warnings/Advisories   The mountains will be under again …

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Snow and Cold Blast on the Way! – 05/08/2019

We look to have ourselves another powerful spring storm on the way to Colorado. As of this morning, many areas along the front range had already seen a healthy dose of rain and that doesn’t look to change through the day today. What will change is the rain will transition to snow by sometime this …

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Spring Weather Roller Coaster Ramping Up! – 05/06/2019

Monday – Severe Weather Threat A marginal risk for severe weather exists for a corridor extending from East of Denver and the Douglas County Line out into Elbert County, Eastern El Paso County and towards Eastern Colorado. Thunderstorms are expected to form after 2PM today and anything forming in or around these areas could be …

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Powerful Spring Storm Moving In – Latest Updates – 04/29/2019

There is no doubt the storm moving in this afternoon is a powerful one, there are two areas identified as higher impact areas that will see significant precipitation and even significant snowfall accumulations. The bad news is that models are coming into agreement (and as we suspected) that the Palmer Divide doesn’t look likely to …

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Early Week Spring Storm Update – 04/28/2019

A bit of a lengthy post ahead as we’ve got a lot to cover. An unsettled weather pattern will set up over Colorado starting on Sunday and continuing possibly through Wednesday. With it will come a chance for storms in Eastern Colorado and heavy snow for some mountain areas. Additionally, some areas along the front …

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April 2019 Evening Storm Update – 4/10/2019

Is It a Bust? Not necessarily, I still think we see accumulating snow into the evening and overnight hours. I do think that it will “under-perform” in terms of total snowfall for many areas along the front range and also in terms of blizzard conditions. Interestingly enough, a lot of models are still holding onto …

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April Blizzard Storm Update – 4/10/2019

As of this morning everything looks to be on track with our storm system. Models have been consistent in the snowfall amounts across the Palmer Divide so we have growing confidence in the forecast. That being said, I’m still not super excited about snowfall amounts just yet, we will see how the mid and late …

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Storm Update – Midweek High Impact Storm Possible – 4/8/2019

As we move into April and experience warm sunny days, it’s easy to forget that April is our second snowiest month of the year. In an “average” April we would expect to see 9.2 inches of snow in Castle Rock. So far for the month of April Castle Rock is sitting at a whopping 0.0 …

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3/22/2019 – Fri Evening/Sat Morning Storm Update

Severe Weather Possible for SE Colorado Today will feature a large variety of weather across Colorado. The first thing that came out this morning is the Storm Prediction Center outlook and has far Southeastern Colorado under a marginal risk for severe weather. This means that a few storms may become strong or severe but we …

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