Snowfall Totals
Northeast Colorado snowfall totals November 25 - 26, 2019, and season to date snowfall stats
We needed a day to let the storm clear, but here, finally, are some snowfall totals from what was all in all a well predicted significant November snowstorm for the region. Satellite images confirm the aerial impact of the storm, showing a large snowfield over northern Colorado... plus clouds to the west from our incoming system. Denver International Airport recorded 9.5" of snow, which will be the official tally for the city [/blog/2015/03/26/why-denvers-official-weather-station-should-be-m
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 seemingly we need to add Monsoon to this group. Let's discuss the monsoon in context of mostly Colorado's point of view. What is the monsoon? In our case, the North American Monsoon (NAM) is a seasona
State of the Atmosphere
The State of the Atmosphere: Monday, December 11, 2017
The state of the atmosphere remains alarmingly quiet across the west this week. High pressure will continue to dominate our weather, as the cold and snow remains a locked up in the east for another week. The latest hazard map shows only Red Flag and High Wind Warnings across the western two thirds of the country today, with winter weather highlights in effect for the Great Lakes and up into New England. One shouldn't expect to see much change over the coming week, with only a little moisture
Living in a Tornado Alley
Last week I published a piece about tornadoes on the United States Tornadoes blog , and it was also a featured article in The Atlantic . With severe weather season right around the corner for Colorado, I thought I would share it here as well. Colorado is home to some of the highest tor