January can bring a potpourri of weather to Denver and the Front Range and this week in weather history is no exception.
It’s the time of year when strong downslope winds can develop and send temperatures well into the 60s, and sometimes, even the low to mid 70s.
High winds, hail, heavy rain and a possible tornado heavily damaged parts of Hugo, a Lincoln County town south of I-70 late Wednesday.
Hurricane-like winds gave truckers problems all day Tuesday as hundreds of them got off the road to wait out the weather.
Tornadoes are costly, but these two acts of nature can cause millions of dollars in damage each year.
Strong winds on Monday were so strong they ripped the framework of two homes under construction right off their nails.
Winds are a major concern along the Front Range Monday, including for firefighters in south Douglas County.
High winds knocked down trees and caused other problems across the state on Friday.
High winds sweeping across Colorado’s Front Range forced the diversion of 17 flights scheduled to land at the Denver International Airport.
High winds and hot temperatures are expected across Colorado for the start of the Memorial Day weekend, raising renewed concerns about wildfires.