Historic Temperature Drop for October and Areas' First Snowfall

We know that you did not miss the cold and snow that blew through yesterday evening and today... you'd have to be living under a rock if you did. The temperature drop was historic for Denver »

Snowfall Totals as Storm Moves East, More Snow in the Forecast?

Well, how about that storm? We ended up with 5.75" of snow at our station in Denver (forecast was 2 - 6"), shaking out to be a pretty good April snow for the city. Officially »

The State of the Atmosphere: Monday, April 1st, 2019

We will cover a couple of things in this week's SOTA. First, a storm recap from Friday/Saturday and second, a look at this week's forecast. »

Bomb Cyclone Delivers Wintry Wallop, Shuts Down Eastern Colorado

Yesterday's storm was ever bit as strong as advertised, delivering a wild assortment of weather to eastern Colorado on Wednesday. We set a new record low pressure for Colorado Wednesday morning as explosive cyclogensis took place »

More Light Snow Possible, Bitter Cold Sticks Around Through Monday

There's really not much fun in trying to forecast a banded snowfall event, especially over such a large area. The last 48 hours brought a huge variation in snowfall totals from Colorado Springs to the Wyoming »

Official Snowfall Total for Denver Greatest in Years, Monthly Snowfall Above Average Too

What a storm! Totals across the metro area ranged from just a Trace to nearly 9", with the greatest totals being found across the southern and eastern portions of the metro area. Denver International Airport recorded »

Snowfall Totals, Bitter Cold, and a Look to the Weekend

Another pretty great snow for many areas yesterday, even as some along the northern urban corridor continue to miss on what has been overall an active »