Tag: Monsoon 2016

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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Models Flip Flop, Could Colorado See A Taste of a Monsoon Weather Pattern This Week?

  If you recall my post this weekend, we were expecting a very hot and dry week this week based on medium range and long range modeling (NAM and GFS models.) Both were predicting anywhere from 0.1-0.3 inches of rain total for the week into about midnight Thursday. We’ve seen a lot of backing of …

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Large Hail Storm Causes Damage in Castle Rock

A large severe storm moved through the area last night and caused damage along the East side of Castle Rock. The Founders and Castlewood Ranch areas were affected particularly hard. I have not seen or heard of too much damage in the meadows at this time though. Sean Hakes (who has become my eyes and …

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Flash Flood Watch Issued — Heavy Rain Possible Thursday and Friday

  A strong storm system will begin to fire off storms along the front range this afternoon. Many of these storms are already in the process of of initiating along the Denver urban corridor. A series of fronts will bring cooler air and moisture with strong upslope conditions forming behind each front. Because of these …

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