Travel Troubles Already, Another Round of Heavy Snow Tuesday PM

If Tuesday morning's drive is any indication of how the rest of the day will play out, stay home! Tuesday morning had an initial push of heavy snow across the region ahead of another push of »

Storm Recap: Snowfall Totals and Forecast Verification

Snowfall totals for the overnight storm came Thursday morning and fit largely within the forecast ranges we provided earlier this week. Here are the point observations via the CoCoRaHS network. Click here for an interactive version »

The State of the Atmosphere: Sunday, October 20, 2019

Fall-like conditions have returned and will remain this week with the potential for snowfall by Wednesday night. The past week featured a pair of 80s for high temperatures (likely the last of the year, as we »

Historic Temperature Drop for October and Areas' First Snowfall

We know that you did not miss the cold and snow that blew through yesterday evening and today... you'd have to be living under a rock if you did. The temperature drop was historic for Denver »

Historic Temperature Drop Continues: Wednesday PM Update

We've recorded tumbling temperatures since about 4pm across northern Colorado. The change has been quick and dramatic; enough so that we are likely making history with »

The State of the Atmosphere: Sunday, September 15th, 2019

Seasonal changes are in the offing for the week ahead, with a slow-moving storm system to move through the Rockies. Let's take a look at the »

The State of the Atmosphere: Sunday, August 11th, 2019

The biggest takeaway today is the threat of damaging weather Sunday afternoon and evening. "Scattered thunderstorms will develop over the mountains by noon and spread across the northeast plains during the afternoon and evening hours. Storms »