Tag: Severe Weather

Round 2 on the Way! 10/29-10/30 Storm Forecast

Watches/Warnings/Advisories ***Winter Storm Warning*** In effect from Tuesday October 29, 2019 6AM – Wednesday October 30, 2019 12PM Boulder and the western suburbs of Denver-Denver-Castle Rock- Greeley-Fort Morgan-Byers-Limon-Akron- Including the cities of Arvada, Boulder, Golden, Lakewood, Longmont, Aurora, Brighton, City of Denver, Denver International Airport, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Parker, Castle Rock, Elbert, Fondis, Kiowa, Larkspur, …

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Friday Kicks Off Active Weather Weekend – Quick Update – 06/20/2019

A powerful storm system and associated cold front is slated to begin affecting Colorado starting as early as Friday. If you’ve been following our Facebook page, it should be no surprise to you that Friday will be active as we’ve been discussing it for a couple of days now… Severe Weather Threat The graphic above …

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Severe Weather Possible Today – 5/26/2019

Palmer Divide Specific Severe Weather Discussion For the Palmer Divide region we don’t expect widespread severe weather this afternoon but any thunderstorms that develop will have the potential to become strong or severe. A slight risk exists for the Palmer Divide East of Interstate 25 with the primary threat being large damaging hail and strong …

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Spring Weather Roller Coaster Ramping Up! – 05/06/2019

Monday – Severe Weather Threat A marginal risk for severe weather exists for a corridor extending from East of Denver and the Douglas County Line out into Elbert County, Eastern El Paso County and towards Eastern Colorado. Thunderstorms are expected to form after 2PM today and anything forming in or around these areas could be …

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Severe Weather Season is Around the Corner! Time to start Preparing!

As many of you know (or not but now you will) Mountain Wave Weather is an officially designated NOAA Weather Ready Nation Ambassador. What does that mean exactly? It means we work with local businesses, residences and everyone in between to be prepared for severe weather. Now that you know, stay tuned for some very …

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Blizzard Warnings Hoisted for Strong Storm – Updates 3/11/2019

Watches/Warnings/Advisories for the Palmer Divide A pretty significant storm is shaping up along the front range and Northeastern Colorado. A high impact “spring blizzard” type storm will move into the area Wednesday and bring with it heavy snow, strong winds and dangerous travel conditions. Here’s the latest: Blizzard Warning …BLIZZARD WARNING IN EFFECT FROM NOON …

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Large Storm Potential Next Week. Be Prepared!

If you’ve followed my site for awhile you know I present the weather very “level-headed” and don’t like to hype things. If there’s a serious event headed our way I’ll let everyone know! That’s why the information below is so important. Large Storm Looks Likely… For Someone! 2 of our longer range, higher resolution models …

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Busy Travel Day! Here’s A Quick Weather Update

As we move into the holiday weekend with Christmas only a few days away, a lot of folks are hitting the airport or the roads to get to their Christmas destinations. Depending on where you’re going the weather will be just fine or may be a bit of a headache, even in Colorado 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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Severe Weather Threat Continues This Week

5/14/2018 A line of strong and severe storms moved across the Palmer Divide bringing hail, rain, lightning and wind. No tornadoes were sighted or reported, but given the dynamics we expected that. The chance for any tornadoes was quite low overall, but storms certainly had enough energy for hail! The storm mainly effected areas of …

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