Category: Severe Wx Season 2016

Severe Storms Possible Today for Some Areas of the Front Range

The Storm Prediction Center has issued an outlook including the front range of Colorado with a Marginal risk of severe weather today. The setup today is very similar to yesterday with a high pressure ridge (usually meaning good weather) being undercut by a weak low level trough moving through from the West. Primary Threats Due …

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Severe Weather Possible Again Tomorrow for Colorado (Tuesday June 7)

The latest Storm Prediction Center outlook has another marginal risk area for severe weather centered right over Colorado again tomorrow. Interestingly enough the marginal risk today (Monday June 6) was not expected to do much in the way of severe weather, especially in and around the Denver area. Originally most of the storms were projected …

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***Tornado Watch Issued*** (May 26, 2016 Until 7PM)

A Tornado Watch has been issued by the Storm Prediction Center for Eastern Central and parts of Southeastern Colorado. The watch lasts until 7PM, a Tornado Watch means atmospheric conditions are favorable for tornadoes. Locations Included in the Watch Colorado Counties BENT CHEYENNE CROWLEY ELBERT EL PASO KIOWA KIT CARSON LINCOLN OTERO PROWERS PUEBLO WASHINGTON …

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Severe Weather Returns to Colorado

Severe weather returns to Colorado today. A storm system moving through this afternoon will touch off numerous thunderstorms and due to the atmospheric setup today, some of them could be severe. Timing Storms look to  initiate between 12-2PM Severe storms look most likely between 12-4PM today Extended period of thunderstorms lasts through 9-10PM tonight. Locations Higher …

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Quick Update Regarding Today’s Severe Weather

Shortly after I posted my first article, the SPC moved the risk areas. Douglas County is now included in the slight risk area so this warrants an update for us. Updated Tornado Risk Areas                 Keep in mind, the upgrade of risk means chances are a bit higher …

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Severe Weather Expected for Northeast Colorado May 24, 2016

A current look at the SPC General Severe Weather Risk that has been put out this morning shows a slight shift Northeast in overall coverage area but generally the same areas as outlined yesterday. Northeastern Colorado looks to see the main threat of severe weather this afternoon with areas in and around Denver with a …

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Colorado Severe Weather Possible Tuesday May 24, 2016

Folks living in Northeastern, Eastern and to some degree, Central Colorado will need to be on the lookout for possible severe weather during Tuesday. At this time the main threat looks to be East and Northeast of Denver, my concern is that these things tends to change on the day of, so if it wobbles …

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SPC Severe Weather Risk Now Includes Denver

Initially the severe weather threat for Colorado existed well Northeast of Colorado today but the latest update shifts it Westward towards the Denver metro area. I had noticed some storms popping up on the models this morning but honestly given the strong ridge that is building in over Colorado I can’t see a wide-spread severe …

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Castle Rock Weekend Outlook May 20-21

If you’re a big fan of being able to get out and about under sunny skies and warm temperatures, you’re going to love this weekend’s outlook! We are ramping up for some of the nicest weekend weather we’ve seen in a very long time. Outlook Friday May 20, 2016 The big warm-up starts on Friday, high …

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Severe Weather Saturday for Colorado

I mentioned a couple days ago about the evolving severe weather threat along the front range setting up for today and it looks very possible that some areas will see it along the front range. The latest Storm Prediction Center general outlook: The Castle Rock area has been moved out of the slight risk area …

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