Tag: Tornadoes

Quick Update Regarding Today’s Severe Weather

Shortly after I posted my first article, the SPC moved the risk areas. Douglas County is now included in the slight risk area so this warrants an update for us. Updated Tornado Risk Areas                 Keep in mind, the upgrade of risk means chances are a bit higher …

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Severe Weather Saturday for Colorado

I mentioned a couple days ago about the evolving severe weather threat along the front range setting up for today and it looks very possible that some areas will see it along the front range. The latest Storm Prediction Center general outlook: The Castle Rock area has been moved out of the slight risk area …

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Severe Weather Threat Possible for Colorado Saturday

A severe weather threat continues to evolve for Eastern and Northeastern Colorado on Saturday this weekend. This is something we will keep a close eye on through the next day or two and at this time it appears Denver and surrounding suburbs will be included in this threat. Day 3 Risk Area (sq. mi.) Area Pop. Some Larger Population Centers in Risk Area SLIGHT 59,589 2,483,388 …

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March 1: First Day of Meteorological Spring and Severe Weather Season

Many of us are familiar with the astronomical seasons, this year spring starts on March 20, Meteorological spring starts today however. The main difference between these is the astronomical seasons are marked by position of the Earth relative to the sun. Meteorological seasons are marked more by temperature and weather fluctuations on the planet for …

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Severe Weather Outbreak Likely in Southeastern U.S.

Severe Weather Outbreak Likely for Southeastern U.S. Please Warn Your Friends and Family in the Area. The possibility of violent, long track tornadoes is high.   Summary As the storm system responsible for our snow in Colorado moves off the Southeast it will spawn some pretty nasty weather on the front end of the system. …

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