Category: Weekend Weather Outlook

Light to Moderate Snow to Continue This Morning

Rain changed over to snow this morning and some areas are seeing quick burst of accumulation. The commute could be a bit slick in areas especially South of Denver along the higher elevations of the Palmer Divide. ***Winter Weather Advisory In Effect*** Includes the Castle Rock area and Palmer Divide. The low pressure system is currently …

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Tuesday Storm Update

As I arrived home late this evening I’ve been looking at the latest model runs and found it pertinent to post a quick update. Across the board, models have been shifting snowfall totals up and combined with stronger winds could make for a “Flash Freeze” and snowfall situation similar to what we saw with the …

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Weekly Outlook – Another Storm On The Way!

Clouds are increasing around the area today in advance of our next storm system. This one doesn’t look terribly impressive but I do believe we have a decent chance of seeing an inch or two of snow. Especially the higher elevations South of Denver and along the Palmer Divide. Expect this storm to begin impacting …

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Snowfall Reports – Storm Summary – Weekend Outlook

Storm Total Snowfall Map This map is interactive, you can scroll around to see snowfall in other parts of the front range. Storm Summary A strong storm system moved into the area Thursday, bringing strong winds for some and snowfall for nearly all areas along the front range. Snow started around the lunch hour along …

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Snow Continues – Officially Castle Rock’s First Snowfall of the Year!

Snow continues across the urban corridor at this hour, in Castle Rock we are even starting to see a bit of accumulation on grassy areas and now roadways. Be sure to take it slow out there if you’re driving, the roads will begin to get slick as temperatures drop. We have also officially recorded over …

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Storm System Arrives in Colorado | Potential First Snow

Our first significant storm system in months is set to move into Eastern Colorado throughout the day today. The HRRR shot below shows the progression of the storm as the low moves across the mountains and re-organizes in Eastern Colorado before moving quickly off to the East. Model Forecast Snowfall All the models I show …

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Colorado Weather Advisories and Latest on Thursday’s Storm

Colorado weather advisories November 16, 2016

Current Colorado Weather Watches/Warnings/Advisories In advance of our storm system, the National Weather Service has issued a host of weather advisories. Here’s the breakdown: …RED FLAG WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 10 AM THIS MORNING TO 6 PM MST THIS EVENING FOR WIND AND LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY FOR THE FRONT RANGE FOOTHILLS…PALMER DIVIDE AREA…AND SOUTH AND …

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Latest on Thursday-Friday Storm

Just a quick post regarding the end of the week’s storm set to impact Colorado. The storm system is still set to move into Colorado on Thursday with some effects (mainly colder air) lasting into Friday, but some models have been hinting at accumulating snowfall along the front range. Most models agree, if snow does …

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Snow and Freezing Temps in Castle Rock’s Forecast This Week

After months of “broken record” weather forecasts with not much to talk about, things look to get a bit more interesting this week for Colorado. We will start off the week with no big changes, temperatures in the 60’s and 70’s (which is near record levels for the Castle Rock area.) The big change comes …

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Castle Rock’s First Chance of Snow In the Forecast?

You’ve no doubt heard the local media starting to ramp up about the possibility of our first snow coming in the next 7-10 days along the front range. As always, these stories tend to be “exagerated” a bit to enhance ratings and get viewers and while they may be right it’s not going to be …

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