Denver Sets Two New Record Lows, Two-Day Drop is Second Greatest On Record

The temperature before midnight last night dropped to 13°F at Denver International Airport, setting a new record low for the date for Denver. The previous record low was 17°F set back in 2009. This »

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 »

Throw Monsoon into the Polar Vortex and Bomb Cyclone Club

Matt Makens is a meteorologist on the Pinpoint Weather Team. He has nightly forecasts on Colorado's Own Channel 2. In the ranks of misused and overused weather terms, we have Polar Vortex and Bomb Cyclone, and »

July 4th Forecast

We promised an outlook for the 4th, and here it is - warm and mostly dry. Enjoy the 4th! Haha, okay okay we'll write more. So, »

Stay Weather Aware Friday, Weekend Rain and Snow

As a cold front approaches (that we mentioned in our last post) Friday there is the increased likelihood for severe weather, including the Denver area. The overall dynamics have come together for many areas to have »

A Brief Break From Cool Stormy Days

After a couple of stormy days, a bit of a drier pattern returns. No, not dry but drier. Here's a quick update on what's ahead: Following »

Heavy Rainfall to be Wednesday's Storm Threat

A little different variety of thunderstorms will push through the area Wednesday: heavy rainers. Tuesday evening still may see a storm, the strongest of which will be over the plains, but the storm impact Tuesday is »