Seventh Annual First Snowfall Prediction Contest Starts Today!

Even as we cook through what is to date Denver's hottest September on record... the first snowfall of the season is quickly approaching, with the average date for the city's first measurable snow coming in just »

September Snow: Perspective and Context

Matt Makens is a member of the Pinpoint Weather Team. He presents forecasts nightly on Channel 2. "I remember it used to snow all the time in September!" Perhaps you have thought the same? Let's check »

Top 10 Event Clears, Freeze Warnings Tonight

A top 10 latest snowfall event is wrapping up as the storm system clears the state after leaving nearly two feet of snow on parts of the Palmer Divide. For Denver, 3.4 inches puts the »

Snow Overnight, Heavy At Times: Monday PM Update

Snow, heavy at times, is possible overnight through Tuesday morning for the metro areas and in the mountains along with thunderstorms on the plains. We discussed the current storm system in yesterday's SOTA, so let's get »

Snowfall Possible Late Today Through Saturday Morning

Snowfall looks possible, if not likely, now for this evening through Saturday morning by two impulses that will swing through. The first showers may start near the metro area in just a few hours. Following Wednesday's »

Storm Clears, Another To Move In

On the heels of the last system comes another storm flow that will dump snow on southwestern Colorado starting today and may bring measurable snowfall to the metro areas by the weekend. The last storm did »

Timing and Impacts of the Next Round of Snow

Saturday's snowfall forecast is still mostly valid. We say, "mostly valid," just because some of the model imagery has changed a bit and there's been a drop in some snowfall indicators for the Denver area but »