Tag: Palmer Divide Weather

Be prepared! Sunday Will Be Cold and Snowy Along Palmer Divide

For the past few days we’ve had an idea that a storm would affect the region late Saturday into Sunday but we didn’t think much of it because it really didn’t look like much was there. Yesterday the storm started to come together a bit better on the models and we saw that snowfall was …

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10/30/2018 – Tuesday AM Storm Update

Expected Snowfall totals for Areas Around the Palmer Divide Here’s our latest thinking on overall snowfall for areas along the Palmer Divide. Our forecast is largely in line with the NWS forecast, but lower than some of the TV stations have been predicting around here. I still think the ground being so warm will play …

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Shifting to an Unsettled Weather Pattern This Week

Quick Look Quick look at information regarding timing, impacts and severity for folks who just want the quick information about this storm Timing Expect precipitation to begin mainly as rain on Tuesday morning Models currently have the transition to snowfall occurring in the early to mid morning hours on Tuesday Snow showers continue on and …

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Saturday PM Palmer Divide Storm Update

Not many major changes to what we are seeing tonight based on new data coming in. A lot of the mid and shorter range models are coming in and have dropped snow totals just ever so slightly across the area. As we’ve been saying all along, the way this storm system is moving in (the …

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Cold Blast – Accumulating Snow Coming This Weekend

Finally Starting to Feel Like Fall Temperatures have been running well below normal for the past few days, we haven’t seen average or above average temperatures in Castle Rock since October 5. That’s great news after how warm September was and even better news is that we’ve seen a bit of moisture as well. After …

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Fall Weather Arriving Right on Schedule!

Scorching September We’ve all heard from our local TV stations about how hot it’s been in Denver. We’ve seen 8-plus consecutive days in the 90’s for Denver, this is unusual and helps demonstrate how warm many areas along the front range have been. Some areas of the far Eastern plains even reached 100 degrees yesterday …

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7/25/2018 – Monsoon Pattern will make for Active Weather Day

The 2018 summer monsoon pattern has firmly established itself across the Southwestern United States and with it moisture is being funneled into Colorado. Many areas have seen strong storms with hail and heavy, flooding rains over the past few days. Severe Weather Outlook for Wednesday As with most storms the past few days, there is …

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Heavy Rain Possible Thursday

Monsoon Sneak Peak Thursday, the high pressure ridge responsible for our hot and dry conditions shifts slightly to the West. This means good moisture from the Gulf of Mexico will make its way into Colorado. That combined with weak steering winds, means storms will move slowly and have the potential for heavy rain! Storm chances …

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Hazy and Hot Days Ahead

Take a quick look at an overlay of large active fires and surface winds this morning in Colorado and you’ll see exactly where the smoke is coming from. Large fires to the Southwest and South with strong winds from the Southwest and South are acting as a conveyor belt to move all of that smoke …

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Elephant Rock Race 2018 Forecast for Castle Rock and Palmer Divide

The “unofficial” kick of to cycling season will start this weekend in Castle Rock as cyclists can choose a variety of courses that vary in length and difficulty. Colorado’s weather is known to be quite changeable, but the good news this year is that the overall weather is excepted to be calm. The only thing …

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