Tag: Winter Storm 2017

Red Flag Warning Today With A Big Change Tomorrow

A new Red Flag Warning has been issued for many areas along the Palmer Divide today as warm temperatures combined with low humidity and gusty winds will make for extreme fire danger. Precautionary/preparedness actions… A red flag warning means that critical fire weather conditions are either occurring now… .or will shortly. A combination of strong …

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February 2017 Could Be Headed for the Record Books

As many of you have noticed February 2017 has been beyond warm and dry. In fact this month may go into the record books as one of the warmest and possibly one of the driest since records began. Quick February 2017 Stats Official temperature records are kept in Denver only so we will use that, …

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Freezing Rain and Fog To Impact Colorado Front Range Tonight

Tonight we see some weather conditions in our neck of the woods that we don’t often see. Freezing fog and freezing rain is expected to spread across the front range this evening and last through the morning hours on Thursday. Let’s take a quick look at the weather advisories concerning this activity, then we’ll explain …

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Latest Winter Storm Update

If you’ve been following us on this storm the past few days you have probably noticed that originally we were hopeful that this storm would pan out as a big snow maker for the front range of Colorado. In the past 2-3 days you’ve probably noticed our enthusiasm waning as well, models have been all …

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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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Quick Hitting Storm May Impact Commute

A quick hitting cold front and associated moisture is expected to move through the metro area this afternoon. Many models have snow moving across the mountains and onto the plains around the 12-1PM time-frame with snow filling into Denver and the South after about 2-3PM. The latest models are a bit off with how much …

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