Tag: Weekend Outlook

Taste of Fall Visits Colorado

Thursday and Friday featured below average temperatures as a strong cold front moved through during the early morning hours on Thursday. Our temperatures from Thursday compared to Wednesday were nearly 20 degrees lower and this continued into Friday with a high of 77 reached. Flash Flood Watches Due to the slow moving nature of storms …

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Severe Weather Possible Friday, Weekend Looks Nicer

A severe weather threat will re-establish along the front range for Friday with large hail being the primary threat. A shortwave trough moving through this morning has increased winds at the surface (notice how breezy it was this morning) and established upslope along the front range. Initially models showed the primary severe threat in Eastern …

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Weekend Weather Outlook (June 24-26)

Overall a nice weekend on tap for most of us in Colorado. Our upper level ridge is still holding over the state but enough low level moisture (most likely left from the wet spring we’ve had) combined with low level storms and the occasional front is still bringing us decent chances for afternoon thunderstorms. While …

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Castle Rock and Colorado Weekend Outlook (Jun 17-19)

Summer has definitely arrived for most of us in Colorado and this weekend will be the biggest sign that the season is in full effect. A lot of areas will be very warm this weekend with some even hitting their first 100 degree temperatures of the year by Sunday! Castle Rock/ Palmer Divide Castle Rock …

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Castle Rock/ Colorado Weekend Weather Outlook May 27-29

After a week packed full of everything from hail, tornadoes, torrential rain and a peak of sunshine here and there, I’m happy to report that things look to be winding down a bit over the next few days. The front that passed through Thursday left cooler and unsettled air in its wake. The good news …

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Castle Rock Weekend Outlook May 20-21

If you’re a big fan of being able to get out and about under sunny skies and warm temperatures, you’re going to love this weekend’s outlook! We are ramping up for some of the nicest weekend weather we’ve seen in a very long time. Outlook Friday May 20, 2016 The big warm-up starts on Friday, high …

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Cool and Soggy Weather Takes Hold

Thursday and Friday of this week showcased excellent spring weather along the front range of Colorado. We saw minimal thunderstorms, sunny skies and warm temperatures as a ridge of high pressure built over the Western part of the United States Temperatures Cooling Off – Ridge Breaks Down The front moving through today will bring  cooler …

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Brief Break from Stormy Weather Next 2 days

Since last Saturday’s wild weather that saw hail and even tornadoes in many areas along the front range of Colorado, this week has turned out relatively soggy but interesting overall in terms of weather. Each afternoon the past few days we have seen what I like to call “garden variety” thunderstorms, storms with rain, wind …

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Quieter Weather Expected for Mother’s Day

After a wild round of storms moving through the area that produced everything from tornado warnings to hail and wind, things will be a bit quieter today. The storm system and associated energy that moved through yesterday has continued East and will make for some nasty weather in Central Kansas and into Oklahoma. The greens …

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Weekend to Remain Unsettled, Big Warm Up On the Way!

For the folks asking where spring has been lately… it’s here! Spring is usually our wettest time of the year in Colorado and when you see average to below average temperatures a lot of that falls as snow. The last few days have been quite typical days for what we would expect in spring for …

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