Tag: Severe Weather

Apr 20

4/20/2018 – Almost Show Time!

While some models bounced the snow totals up as of this morning, some left things unchanged. The Nam3k model that showed no snow for Castle Rock yesterday now shows abour 2-3 inches, the HRRR is still showing very little snow at all (within the range we can see) and the GFS is relatively unchanged. The …

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Apr 12

4/12/2018 – Several Weather Warnings Up for Colorado Today

There’s a lot going on weather-wise across Colorado today and many areas have weather warnings and alerts up. Without too much blather and further ado; here’s the latest! Current Weather Alerts and Details Red Flag Warning — Thursday from 10AM through Thursday 9PM Areas included: South Park and the Southern Foothills across the Palmer Divide …

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Jan 21

Winter Weather Alerts AM Update

Blizzard Warning | Winter Storm Warning | Winter Weather Advisory | Colorado Weather | Palmer Divide Weather | Castle Rock CO Weather

Most of the winter weather alerts issues last night remain unchanged this morning with one exception. A Blizzard Warning has now been issued for areas East of Denver and Castle Rock. Here’s the latest on all the winter weather alerts as of this morning: Blizzard Warning Duration: BLIZZARD WARNING IN EFFECT UNTIL MIDNIGHT MST TONIGHT …

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Oct 08

Storm Moving In! Latest Forecast and Updates

Snowfall Totals | Expected Snowfall | Castle Rock CO Weather | Weather Castle Rock O | Fall 2017 | Snow Storm | Severe Weather

Given latest models (still waiting for those pesky 11PM models to see if any other changes) our forecast is still mainly on track. The slight concern is a couple of models have shifted the heavier snowfall to the Denver area and largely North. Still… other models keep the heavier snow up along the Palmer Divide. …

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Oct 08

Latest Snow Storm Update for the 10/9/2017 Storm

This update features a whole ton of weather warning information; if you’re interested more in the storm analysis; scroll past the warning details… it’s towards the bottom of this article. Latest Winter Weather Alert Details Winter Storm Warning Areas: Fort Collins, Hereford, Loveland, Nunn, Arvada, Boulder, Golden, Lakewood, Longmont, Aurora, Brighton, City of Denver, Denver International …

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Oct 07

Winter Storm Watch Issued Ahead of First Snow of the Season

Winter Storm Watch | Castle Rock CO Weather | Weather Castle Rock O | Fall 2017 | Snow Storm | Severe Weather

Winter Storm Watch Details and Preperation The Winter Storm Watch is in effect for the following cities (with Palmer Divide locations in red): Fort Collins, Hereford, Loveland, Nunn, Arvada, Boulder, Golden, Lakewood, Longmont, Aurora, Brighton, City of Denver, Denver International Airport, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Parker, Castle Rock, Elbert, Fondis, Kiowa, and Larkspur Duration: The watch is in effect …

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Oct 06

First Hard Freeze of the Season Likely Next Week!

Hard Freeze A hard freeze is defined as a condition where air temperatures at the surface are expected to drop below 27-25 degrees for several hours. This can cause exposed outdoor pipes to freeze and burst! When to Expect Freezing Temperatures A strong cold front will move through the area late on Sunday night and …

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Sep 06

Hurricane Irma Latest Updates

Hurricane Irma | Atlantic Hurricane 2017

Latest Hurricane Updates Hurricane Irma is currently a Category 5 Storm with sustained wind speeds of 185 MPH and a forward movement to the WNW at 16mph. The storm is expected to slowly weaken as it moves towards Florida, but will maintain considerable strength overall. Latest Model Plots and Predicted Path Many models have shifted …

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Jul 26

Flash Flood Watches Issued Wednesday For Heavy Rain

Castle Rock Weather | Palmer Divide Weather

Flash Flood Watches for Southeastern Colorado * From 3 PM MDT this afternoon through late tonight * Deep monsoon moisture will result in widespread showers and thunderstorms producing heavy rain. * Burn scars, urban areas, small streams and locations with poor drainage may flood. Water may flow over or damage roads making them impassable. Normally …

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Jun 22

Severe Weather Threat and Pattern Change Developing Today

The Storm Prediction Center has issued a sight and marginal risks of severe weather along Colorado’s front range today. The main threats will consist of large hail and strong winds. Due to lack of low level moisture, tornadoes are not likely with these storms today. A mesoscale discussion is out for the front range and …

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