Today’s Forecast: The weekend begins with sunshine in the morning followed by afternoon thunderstorms and heavy rain. Near lunch time, showers will develop along the
Storms are back today through the afternoon with heavy rain moving in through the weekend…
Strong to severe storms are possible this afternoon, especially in the plains east of I-25
Snotel sites across Colorado are showing extreme levels of snow pack across the state, but are these numbers of much use?
Beautiful weather during the day with only a small chance for showers in the evening.
A beautiful day across southern Colorado with a strong breeze and increasing rain chances through the week.
After a cloudy and cool Sunday, today will be welcomed with more sun and warmth. Temperatures will trend slightly below average to the 70s for most.
Scattered thunderstorm and isolated severe storms are likely along I-25 and east this afternoon into the evening. Hail and damaging winds are possible in these storms.
More thunderstorms are possible across the southern mountains this afternoon, with more limited coverage along and east of I-25
Storms later today could pack a mix of severe weather and flooding across southern Colorado, especially in and around the mountains…
Scattered storms are possible once again this afternoon with some of these storms becoming rather strong…
Severe storms are likely in the plains this afternoon with very isolated storms along the mountains and I-25 corridor.
Scattered thunderstorms return this afternoon to the Pikes Peak region with a few isolated storms along the Raton Ridge.
Periods of rain show up around lunch and last off and on well into the evening, where we could then see snow in and around the mountain areas.
Cool air pushes across southern Colorado as rain chances increase, mainly in the Pikes Peak region, through the afternoon and evening…