Category: Winter Weather

Spring Storm Set to Impact Colorado Front Range

This morning’s model runs show surprising agreement on the track of our next storm system set to impact the area late Thursday and into Friday.  A strong low pressure system is currently digging its way out of California and is expected to move across Southwestern Colorado through the day on Thursday. As it moves across …

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Quick Storm System May Affect Tuesday Afternoon Commute

Another fast moving storm system is making its way  into Colorado through the day on Tuesday. Just like the storm we saw last week, we’re not anticipating a lot of snow out of this one, but the timing could make things interesting for Tuesday afternoon into Tuesday evening. We generally don’t get too excited for …

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Freezing Rain and Fog To Impact Colorado Front Range Tonight

Tonight we see some weather conditions in our neck of the woods that we don’t often see. Freezing fog and freezing rain is expected to spread across the front range this evening and last through the morning hours on Thursday. Let’s take a quick look at the weather advisories concerning this activity, then we’ll explain …

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Quick Shot of Snow Possible Early Friday

A storm system moving through California will begin to impact Colorado into tonight. The main areas that will see any appreciable snowfall will be the Northern and Central mountains (generally the 1-3 or 2-4 inch range.) Models show some snow falling into the early morning hours of Friday for areas primarily South of Denver. That …

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Latest Winter Storm Update

If you’ve been following us on this storm the past few days you have probably noticed that originally we were hopeful that this storm would pan out as a big snow maker for the front range of Colorado. In the past 2-3 days you’ve probably noticed our enthusiasm waning as well, models have been all …

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Evening Storm Update

You’ll hear a lot of meteorologists and news station calling this storm a “complex” storm and in all aspects of that word it is! One of the meteorologists I regularly follow and speak with in Colorado Springs said it best today: This is a very difficult storm to predict, one of the most difficult in …

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Analyzing the Weekend Storm – “Potential”

The rule of the year so far seems to be that all of our storm systems moving into Colorado can best be described as “complex.” But then again, when is weather in Colorado not complex? A strong and powerful storm system is moving into Southern California today and while that usually doesn’t concern us too …

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Quick Hitting Storm May Impact Commute

A quick hitting cold front and associated moisture is expected to move through the metro area this afternoon. Many models have snow moving across the mountains and onto the plains around the 12-1PM time-frame with snow filling into Denver and the South after about 2-3PM. The latest models are a bit off with how much …

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Evening Storm Update: Is It a Bust?

A quick update tonight explaining the situation with this storm. A lot of folks are asking if this storm is a bust and some snow lovers are even getting a bit depressed that we don’t have more in the Castle Rock/ Palmer Divide area. Here’s the latest… Is This Storm a Bust? Absolutely not! At …

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Winter Storm Warnings Issued for Front Range

Colorado Winter Weather Watch/Warning/Advisory Information as of This Morning   ***Winter Storm Warning*** INCLUDING THE CITIES OF AURORA, BRIGHTON, CITY OF DENVER, DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, HIGHLANDS RANCH, LITTLETON, PARKER, CASTLE ROCK, ELBERT, FONDIS, KIOWA, LARKSPUR, EATON, FORT LUPTON, GREELEY, AND ROGGEN …WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 2 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO 11 AM MST …

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