Tag: Weekend Outlook

Recap of Last Storm and Look At This Weekend’s Storm

There were two sides to last night’s storm and how you looked at this storm depended on if you’re a snow lover or rain lover. Snowfall totals were impressive in the foothills and mountain areas right along the Continental Divide, but for those along the Palmer Divide? We ended up quite a bit lower than …

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Castle Rock Weather Outlook

Weekend Forecast for Castle Rock If you love warm weather or are looking to get out and about over the next couple of days, this will be your weekend! We are expecting highs in the upper 70’s to near 80’s along the Palmer Divide and many areas a bit lower in elevation may very well …

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Castle Rock Weather Forecast | Weekend Outlook

Generally our weather pattern of warm, dry and windy looks to hold for the foreseeable future, the one exception this weekend will be Saturday. After a warm and pleasant day on Friday, we expect a quick cold (relatively speaking) front to move through the area sometime later on Friday and into Saturday morning. Just like …

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Castle Rock Weather Forecast | Weekend Outlook

This weekend expect more unseasonably warm temperatures along the front range including Castle Rock and the Palmer Divide. A lot of this warming will be due to a strong high pressure ridge in the atmosphere with a decent downslope component most of the weekend. This often means it will be very warm and very windy! …

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Quick Shot of Snow Possible Early Friday

A storm system moving through California will begin to impact Colorado into tonight. The main areas that will see any appreciable snowfall will be the Northern and Central mountains (generally the 1-3 or 2-4 inch range.) Models show some snow falling into the early morning hours of Friday for areas primarily South of Denver. That …

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Evening Storm Update

You’ll hear a lot of meteorologists and news station calling this storm a “complex” storm and in all aspects of that word it is! One of the meteorologists I regularly follow and speak with in Colorado Springs said it best today: This is a very difficult storm to predict, one of the most difficult in …

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Analyzing the Weekend Storm – “Potential”

The rule of the year so far seems to be that all of our storm systems moving into Colorado can best be described as “complex.” But then again, when is weather in Colorado not complex? A strong and powerful storm system is moving into Southern California today and while that usually doesn’t concern us too …

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Warm Few Days Ahead Followed By Big Change!

As we tick the final few days of 2016 away we will experience relatively nice weather along the front range including in and around the Castle Rock Area. Warm downslope winds will help temperature reach nearly 60 degrees on Friday followed by a slight cooldown over the weekend. Temperatures will be seasonal on Saturday and …

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Large Storms to Make Travel Difficult This Weekend Across U.S.

The good news is that Eastern Colorado looks to have very little impact from snow or cold this weekend. There is a slight chance of snow late Saturday night into Sunday morning, but not all areas will see snow. Those that do will most likely see something in the 0-2 inch range. With one of …

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Snow Falling on Christmas? The Jury is Still Out…

The news is picking up on a major winter storm set to impact the United States this weekend over Christmas. This is true for many parts of the country but just like always, Colorado will be a bit trickier to predict. Whether you see any snow or not will largely depend on which part of …

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