Category: Summer 2016

Unsettled Week Ahead for Colorado’s Weather

A series of fronts and disturbances will move across the state of Colorado this week changing the weather across Colorado. While we expect a bit of a cool down and better chances of rain, we don’t historically see a lot of moisture out of systems that move in from the West or Northwest along the …

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August 2016 Ends Up Cooler and Drier Than Average for Castle Rock

August 2016 was full of surprises and possibly indicates that our fall weather pattern is beginning to establish! September is one of our driest months of the year so should it behave normally we could be in for more dry weather ahead. Here’s the latest on where August 2016 finished in terms of temperature and precipitation: Summary …

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Summer-Like Weather Returns This Week to Colorado Front Range

With only a couple of exceptions, this week is going to make a lot of people clinging to the last gasps of summer very happy. We will see a return to warmer temperatures by the middle to late part of the week and not to spoil anything but next weekend’s weather is looking quite nice …

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Griping About the Rain Today? Here’s Why It’s Not Such a Bad Thing!

A cool and cloudy day complemented with rain showers along the front range and even a bit of snow along the higher peaks in the mountains has brought out a host of folks not too happy with today’s weather. In the end though, it’s Colorado and we see a lot less days like this than …

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Cool Down to End the Week

Last year at this time we were dealing with unexpected funnel clouds in the sky! This week doesn’t look nearly as exciting from a severe weather standpoint but we do have some weather changes coming. After turning the heat up to start the week it looks like we’ll be turning the thermostat back down to …

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Taste of Fall Visits Colorado

Thursday and Friday featured below average temperatures as a strong cold front moved through during the early morning hours on Thursday. Our temperatures from Thursday compared to Wednesday were nearly 20 degrees lower and this continued into Friday with a high of 77 reached. Flash Flood Watches Due to the slow moving nature of storms …

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Hail Rocks The Springs — More Possible Today!

Severe weather moved through the area last night, luckily missing a lot of folks but unfortunately the folks who saw the severe storms suffered some pretty significant damage. The Storm Prediction Center has a severe weather outlook for the front range of Colorado today. A slight risk area extends just East of the Urban corridor …

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Colorado, Western U.S. Continue to Bake. July 2016 A Scorcher!

So far July is continues the scorching hot trend our summer has seen this year, not only in Colorado but all across the U.S. A large ridge of high pressure has dominated our weather for nearly the last 2 weeks, bringing hot air into Colorado and the middle of the country from the desert Southwest. …

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