A more active weather day on this first day of July! Strongest storms this afternoon & eve will be capable of producing very heavy rain, large hail, and strong wind gusts to around 60 mph. Increased risk of local flooding to burn scars, urban streets, and low lying areas. #COwx pic.twitter.com/4zoroA5Svu
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) July 1, 2019
DENVER — After a warm weekend, Mother Nature has turned a cold shoulder to Colorado! Temperatures tumbled behind a strong cold front yesterday and while today won’t be as cold, temperatures are still well below average.
We’ll see highs in the upper 40s to near 50s degrees this afternoon. Along with the cold, we’ll also get some moisture. We saw some light snow overnight but the roads are mainly just wet for the morning commute. We picked up about an inch of snow near Denver, with 2 to 4 inches from Westminster north to Fort Collins. Accumulations of 8 to 16 inches can be expected in the mountains above 10,000 feet and will stay the heaviest in the mountains north of I-70.
See the rest of today’s chilly forecast @ The Denver Channel.
DENVER — Gorgeous weather to end the weekend, but now the changes begin!
More widespread shower and thunderstorm activity are expected to develop later this evening for the Front Range and the eastern plains.
A strong cold front will move into Colorado on Monday. Rain and much colder weather will arrive with that cold front- with temperatures only in the 30s in Denver metro-area and 20s and 30s in the mountains.
Get the full forecast @ The Denver Channel.
COLORADO, USA — Hailstones hammered parts of Colorado on Easter Sunday, from Estes Park to DIA.
There was even severe golf ball-sized hail reported on the eastern plains near Flagler.
Here’s a guide to everything you need to know about hail and hail season in Colorado.
What is Severe Hail?
Severe hail is large enough to regularly cause damage to cars or roofs.
Go to 9News. to get the “hail” story.
Bombcyclone 2.0 may be moving on but its effects are still lingering on the Littleton area.
Here are some delays and closures impacting the Littleton area.
All Souls School and ELC- DELAYED 2 HOURS
Aspen Academy- DELAYED 2 HOURS
Aurora Public Schools- DELAYED 1 HOUR
Cherry Creek Schools- ELEM 1 HR DELAY; MS & HS 90 MIN DELAY
Denver Public Schools- DELAYED – SCHOOLS AFTER 8:30
Douglas County Libraries- DELAYED 1 HOUR
Douglas County School District- DELAYED 90 MINUTES
Littleton Public Schools- DELAYED 1 HOUR
Mullen High School- OPENING AT 9:30 AM
STEM School Highlands Ranch- CLOSED TODAY
Valor Christian High School- OPENING AT 9:30 AM
Check out a complete list @ 9News.com.
DENVER — It makes sense: given that a bunch of flights were canceled, folks felt no need to participate in the necessary evil of the security line at Denver International Airport Wednesday afternoon.
But it’s still an eerie sight to see a place that’s typically one of the most packed in Colorado empty in the middle of the day. There were, however, plenty of Transportation Security Administration officers on hand. So maybe the headline of this article should be “there’s no wait at DIA security right now!”
See more of these amazing photos and videos on 9 News.
DENVER (CBS4)– A majority of flights for United Airlines and Southwest Airlines were canceled out of Denver International Airport after 2 p.m. Wednesday. A total of 732 departures and arrivals have been canceled at DIA for Wednesday and 151 cancellations for Thursday.
Passengers are urged to check their flight status before heading to DIA. Some airlines were waiving fees associated with flight changes ahead of the storm.
The Blizzard Warning runs from noon Wednesday through noon Thursday from the Palmer Divide north through Denver, Fort Collins and Cheyenne out across the northeastern plains. Wind gusts could reach 65 to 70 mph with up to 5 to 10 inches of snow.
Go to CBS4 Denver to find out more.
DENVER (CBS4) – Just as we were getting used to warmer and mild weather, Mother Nature decided to shake things up. We have numbers weather advisories and warnings that will start on Wednesday as this storm passes through. A powerful area of low pressure will start to move through Colorado overnight Tuesday and into Wednesday. As it does, our winds are going to start cranking, and heavy snow will fall.
Blizzard Warnings cover all of the northeasten quadrant of our state starting at noon on Wednesday. We could see 4 to 8 inches of snow, with winds gusting to 60 mph. This could mean shut down highways once again, and very tough travel conditions in other areas. Our snow totals may not be very impressive, but with winds that strong visibility will be very low through most of the afternoon. The Warning lasts until noon on Thursday.
Keep reading @ CBS4 Denver to know what to expect from this storm.
DENVER (CBS4) – A major weather change will arrive over the next 24 hours with temperatures falling by up to 60 degrees in Denver and on the eastern plains of Colorado. In addition we’ll see everything from showers and thunderstorms with some small hail in a few areas, to heavy, wet snow developing tomorrow.
It’s all part of a powerful storm that moved on shore early this morning. Ahead of the storm it will be extremely warm and very windy today with widespread 70s and 80s across the lower elevations. A few places on Colorado’s eastern plains may approach 90 degrees! We’ll see 50s and 60s in the mountains. Fire danger is high for most areas along and east of the foothills.
Check out Denver CBS4 for all of the details.