Winter Storm Watch posted for Northeast Colorado: Forecast update

We continue to track a weather maker due to impact our weather Wednesday evening through Thursday night. It's likely that we'll see both rain and snow with this event, along with gusty winds and reduced visibility »

Winter storm will bring rain and snow to portions of Colorado Wednesday night through Thursday

While some of us will see fog and drizzle overnight tonight and Tuesday, we continue to track a larger storm system due to arrive for the latter half of the workweek. Data do not show a »

Winter storm update: timing on track, boom and bust potential in latest data

Our must trusted models have backed off snowfall potential this evening for Northeast Colorado, even as many of the high-resolution models continue to show pockets of "boom" snowfall totals across the urban corridor. Look: Denver's Top »

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 »

Monday & Tuesday could be interesting, snowfall impact on the way for some

It'll be interesting to see how the Monday and Tuesday system will play out for Denver and the other metro areas because it is part of a weather transition into a quieter phase for the last »

Cold front arrives tonight, will bring another chance of snow to the Front Range on Sunday

Yesterday's snow has given way to a warm mid-February sun and plenty of blue sky across the region to start your weekend. Temperatures have rebounded quite nicely, really, with highs around 50 degrees this afternoon across »

Thursday AM update: The chance of snow on the increase this evening, will carry through Friday

We continue to track our next chance of snow across Northeast Colorado in a setup that will prove very difficult to pinpoint where the heaviest totals will ultimately end up. That chance of snow will begin »