Category: Snow Storm

Be prepared! Sunday Will Be Cold and Snowy Along Palmer Divide

For the past few days we’ve had an idea that a storm would affect the region late Saturday into Sunday but we didn’t think much of it because it really didn’t look like much was there. Yesterday the storm started to come together a bit better on the models and we saw that snowfall was …

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10/30/2018 – Tuesday AM Storm Update

Expected Snowfall totals for Areas Around the Palmer Divide Here’s our latest thinking on overall snowfall for areas along the Palmer Divide. Our forecast is largely in line with the NWS forecast, but lower than some of the TV stations have been predicting around here. I still think the ground being so warm will play …

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Shifting to an Unsettled Weather Pattern This Week

Quick Look Quick look at information regarding timing, impacts and severity for folks who just want the quick information about this storm Timing Expect precipitation to begin mainly as rain on Tuesday morning Models currently have the transition to snowfall occurring in the early to mid morning hours on Tuesday Snow showers continue on and …

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Saturday PM Palmer Divide Storm Update

Not many major changes to what we are seeing tonight based on new data coming in. A lot of the mid and shorter range models are coming in and have dropped snow totals just ever so slightly across the area. As we’ve been saying all along, the way this storm system is moving in (the …

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Cold Blast – Accumulating Snow Coming This Weekend

Finally Starting to Feel Like Fall Temperatures have been running well below normal for the past few days, we haven’t seen average or above average temperatures in Castle Rock since October 5. That’s great news after how warm September was and even better news is that we’ve seen a bit of moisture as well. After …

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Weather Pattern Change Ahead

After several weeks of well above average temperatures and incredibly dry conditions, it looks like we may finally see a fall weather pattern change on the horizon! Ridge of Doom is Breaking Down! For the past several weeks a high pressure ridge has been fairly efficient at keeping warm dry air over Colorado and keeping …

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4/20/2018 – Almost Show Time!

While some models bounced the snow totals up as of this morning, some left things unchanged. The Nam3k model that showed no snow for Castle Rock yesterday now shows abour 2-3 inches, the HRRR is still showing very little snow at all (within the range we can see) and the GFS is relatively unchanged. The …

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4/19/2018 – PM Storm Update

Very quick update on the storm tonight, models have dropped snowfall and overall precipitation across the board. That being said; like so many storms this year the foothills and mountains will get a healthy dose of snow. Below are 2 models, the longer range GFS which has been a bit more keen on snowfall accumulation …

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4/18/2018 – Weekend Spring Storm Update

At one point this weekend’s storm was looking very promising for snow lovers as one of our better looking shots at a big storm this year. We were a bit more cautious as we’ve seen several scenarios like this over the past few months “fall apart.” We could point to no less than 2-3 storms …

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04/06/2018 – Storm System Features Snow, Cold Temps

The storm system moving today won’t be super impressive in terms of snowfall… the main impact will be the wind and the cold temperatures. Many of the local TV stations have been harping on this all week, but if you’re going to the Rockies game today… it’s going to be cold! For those of us …

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