Tuesday PM update: Tomorrow's snow chance ahead of a warm weekend

Yesterday's rain and snow showers delivered the first helping of precipitation to many communities along the Front Range in 2020. Denver officially picked up an accumulating snow as well, with 0.5" recorded at Denver International »

Strong winds Friday prompt warnings and advisories for Eastern Colorado, cool and dry for the weekend

A storm system moving through the state to end the week will bring snow to the high country and a whole lot of wind to Eastern Colorado. Winter weather highlights surround us in virtually every direction, »

Thursday AM Update: Cold front and scattered snow showers to end the week

With the National Western Stock show kicking off this week you'd fully expect some colder weather to accompany it. Right on schedule we see this week's relative warmth being pushed east today and tonight, with colder »

Friday AM update: snow showers on the increase through this afternoon

Not too much change to discuss this morning from our update yesterday. Still tracking the chance of rain and show across Eastern Colorado from about midday today through Saturday evening. We are also still dealing with »

Weekend system to bring some snow to eastern Colorado, colder temperatures

Our quiet weather pattern will give way to a colder and perhaps snowier weekend across Northeast Colorado as we round out 2019. This system has been long broadcast by weather models to move through the region. »

A look at Christmas Day extremes

Christmas is coming up, and usually, the question on everyone's mind is, "Will we have a White Christmas?" You've likely already read or seen several different articles addressing the statistical probability of snow on Christmas, including »

Warm weekend ahead, cooler weather returns next week, but at the moment no big storms forecast

If "sunny and warm" gets you into the Christmas spirit, this weekend's weather comes with perfect timing! Latest MOS guidance has highs climbing to near 60°F on Saturday and perhaps into the low to mid-60s »