Tag: Winter Storm 2016

Latest Storm Data Drops Snowfall Accumulation

Current Weather Watches/Warnings/Advisories Winter Weather Advisory (6PM Friday – 6PM Saturday) Douglas and Elbert Counties for Elevations above 6,000 feet in elevation A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means that periods of snow will cause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities…and use caution while driving. The Castle Rock area can …

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Tracking The Next Storm… Could This Be The One?

Snow lovers along the front range of Colorado are getting awfully itchy waiting for a big snowstorm this year. The past couple of storm systems have had the potential to be significant but haven’t been able to deliver due to a myriad of factors. As the next storm system begins to move in Friday I’d …

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Evening Storm Update: Is It a Bust?

A quick update tonight explaining the situation with this storm. A lot of folks are asking if this storm is a bust and some snow lovers are even getting a bit depressed that we don’t have more in the Castle Rock/ Palmer Divide area. Here’s the latest… Is This Storm a Bust? Absolutely not! At …

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Winter Storm Warnings Issued for Front Range

Colorado Winter Weather Watch/Warning/Advisory Information as of This Morning   ***Winter Storm Warning*** INCLUDING THE CITIES OF AURORA, BRIGHTON, CITY OF DENVER, DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, HIGHLANDS RANCH, LITTLETON, PARKER, CASTLE ROCK, ELBERT, FONDIS, KIOWA, LARKSPUR, EATON, FORT LUPTON, GREELEY, AND ROGGEN …WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 2 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO 11 AM MST …

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Evening Storm Update: Looking More Organized

The latest data is coming in this evening and is making this storm look relatively impressive. We had an idea that it would be an unusual storm (we don’t often seen Northwest Pacific storms produce higher amounts of snow along the front range) but so far models have been very insistent on this one behaving …

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Complex Winter Storm System to Impact Castle Rock This Week

A strong system is beginning to impact the Western United States this week with a combination of moisture from the pacific and cold air from the arctic regions of North America. The jet stream is set up in a “zonal” West to East flow across the Pacific, into California, across the Great Basin and into …

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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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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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Weekend Storm Summary

A storm moving into the area late this past Friday into Saturday brought very cold arctic air and a good shot of snow to the Castle Rock area. Not everyone along the Palmer Divide saw decent snow though, in fact areas of heavier snow accumulation were extremely spotty. Case in point, see the snowfall map …

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Urgent! Storm Update

Lots to talk about with this storm and some new warnings have been issued with this storm that people need to know about. This is a bit of a lond upgate but there’s a ton of important information. Latest Weather Watches and Warnings Here’s the rundown: Winter Storm Warning For: CAMERON PASS, LARAMIE AND MEDICINE …

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