Season's First Measurable Snow for Denver Means Has Contest Come to a Close

For the third year in a row, Denver's first measurable snow has come before the median first date of Denver's first snow, October 18th. Denver officially recorded 1.0" of snow with Thursday's storm, though much »

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 »

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 »

Rockies Bring Great Weather Home, Leave Before A Big Change

Today is the Rockies home opener and with it comes some great early baseball season weather. Last year's home opener was a cold, raw day with rain and snow and temperatures below freezing. This year, a »

Sixth Annual First Snowfall Prediction Contest Starts Today!

Although chilly today, it seems like every year we kick this off we're coming fresh out of a record-setting heat wave with snow snowhere on the mind. But before we miss the opportunity, and with October »

Cooler Air to Hit This Weekend Along With Snow & Rain For A Few

We are clearly in the midst of a very warm stretch of days. With highs in the middle and upper 70s, Monday through Friday of this »

Powderful Statistics: Exploring Denver's Snowy Side

I recently wrote about the lack of September snowfalls in Denver since 2000. A couple of things became clear shortly after publishing: 1) Weather5280 readers love their snow (but we already knew this), and 2) snowfall »