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Tuesday Winter Storm Update

Radar Loop Through 10AM Colorado’s winter storm has performed as expected going into Monday night and Tuesday though,  as you can see from the radar loop above, the main energy of this storm has left Colorado. This will bring heavy snow and blizzard conditions to many areas in the midwest throughout the day. We still …

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Winter Storm Ramping Up Across Front Range

The Winter Storm’s center has finally made its move over the Southeast corner of Colorado and has shifted the winds and moisture to be more favorable for snowfall along the front range. This will probably be my last forecast post on this storm so let’s take a look at where we stand. Model Updates You’ll …

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Winter Storm Still on Track

A lot of folks are waking up this morning and asking, “where is the storm?”, “did the storm miss us?” The answer is no, it is just not here yet. Sunday night into Monday’s snow featured initial bands of snow that pushed into the area ahead of the storm, it was never going to be the …

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Significant Winter Storm to Affect Colorado Front Range

The National Weather Service in Denver has pulled the trigger and upgraded our Winter Storm Watch to a Winter Storm Warning. They have also adjusted the start time from midnight to 8:00pm Sunday. A Winter Storm Warning means that a winter storm containing heavy snowfall will make travel conditions dangerous. They specifically mention the Monday …

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**Winter Storm Watch Issued**

The National Weather Service in Denver has issued a Winter Storm Watch for much of Colorado including areas South of Denver, along the Palmer Divide and for Castle Rock proper. The watch means conditions are favorable for a storm that could make travel conditions difficult. The watch runs from midnight Monday through about noon on …

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Confidence Increasing for Significant Colorado Winter Storm

Model guidance is beginning to agree that a large storm system will affect Colorado between Sunday night and Tuesday night. Each model across the board increased overall snowfall accumulations with last night’s run,  mainly due to a northward shift by several of these models. The biggest question still remaining is the final placement of the …

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Next Week’s Winter Storm Update

The latest model runs from this morning have shifted our snowfall totals down for the period next week. Most were showing a healthy dose of snow at or over a foot yesterday, most are generally in the 6-12 inch range this morning. There are a couple of factors that seem to support this: Models across …

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Large Winter Storm Likely to Affect Western U.S.

Models across the board are in agreement on a large winter storm set to move into the Western U.S. I will admit, it is unusual to see them all pretty close to each other this far out from a storm, however it does happen from time to time. At this time, our confidence is high …

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Castle Rock Weather: Next 7-10 Days

The good news is the next 4 days will be quite nice along the front range, but we are tracking a possible large winter storm for early next week. The possible big change we are looking at starts as early as Sunday. Synopsis The first thing I’ll mention is that this far away from an …

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Colorado Quiet – Major Winter Storm to Impact Eastern U.S.

  The storm system that affected Colorado is now moving its way East and re-strengthening over Kansas. This will mean a few quiet days for us in Colorado and a few very hectic days out East. Some  areas could see nearly 3 feet of snow! There are several watches and warnings out, if you are …

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