The State of the Atmosphere: Sunday, March 8th, 2020

The warmth that has come with March will continue for much of the workweek, and as far as moisture, we are watching for the potential for some to arrive late in the week. For the first »

Weekend update: Mountain snow and some rain for the plains on Sunday

A system moves through Sunday to bring some rain and snow to the state after a very mild and dry Saturday across the region. This is not expected to be a hugely impactful storm anywhere across »

Snowfall totals as storm departs, and warming up for the remainder of the week!

The biggest issue with yesterday's forecast is the band of heaviest snowfall ended up about 30 miles south of where we thought the highest probability of its occurrence would be. Otherwise, things went about as expected »

Rain and snow back in the forecast for Denver, Northeast Colorado tomorrow

If you look to the west today you'll notice a lack of clouds along the Front Range foothills, even as most of us across the urban corridor are under a thick cloud deck. This is called »

A snowy February comes to a warm end, March begins with a chance of snow on Sunday

February 2020 will end colder and snowier than average for Denver, and really much of Colorado. Denver's official snowfall for the month will end at 16.5", more than double the average of 7.7" for »

Snow squalls shut down parts of Colorado, more wind and snow on the way Tuesday

Snow squall warnings were issued across much of Colorado Monday morning as powerful, short-lived areas of intense snowfall and strong winds raced across the state. In Aspen, an incredible example of how quick these squalls move »

Snow falling across Eastern Colorado, but marginal temperatures and February sun to dampen impacts

Everything's running about on schedule this morning as our upper level low begins its trek east across Southern Colorado, and our surface low establishes itself across Southeast Colorado through the afternoon. A look at radar this »