Denver Weather: Warm Enough To Jeopardize A 19th Century Record This WeekendMild temperatures on Friday will not reach record territory. But add a few more degrees on Saturday and we could tie the oldest record high still on the books for March.
Colorado Weather: Pesky Mountain Wave Clouds Show Up On Front Range AgainWednesday's warmup felt on the cool side in Denver because of a pesky mountain wave cloud.
Denver Weather: Snow Totals From Storm Measure Between 0.5 And 4 InchesMost neighborhoods in the Denver metro area saw 1-2 inches of snow late Sunday into early Monday. Some areas saw less while other locations saw up to 4 inches including the Broomfield area.
Colorado Weather: First Snowstorm Of March On The WayMarch will arrive with a cold front swinging rain and snow through the Rocky Mountains.
Denver Weather: Folklore Is At Least Half Accurate, March Comes In Like A Lion This YearThe proverb “in like a lion, out like a lamb” is not always accurate when describing March weather in Colorado. But this year it seems at least the first half of the saying is true.
Denver Weather: We're Now Done With Snow For FebruaryPrior to this week, the Mile High City has not experienced more than two days in a row without snow this month. That streak will finally end for the final four days of February.
Denver Weather: Snow Showers Possible Before Sunset, Otherwise Windy And ColdIt might be the end of February but it feels more like late December or early January in the Denver area.
February Currently Ranks 11th Coldest, Snowiest In Denver Climate RecordIt has snowed on 12 out of 19 days in the Mile High City.
Denver Weather: Another Quick Shot Of Snow Possible Wednesday NightOur snowy February weather pattern will continue for at least another day before we see a brief break in the action approaching the weekend.
Denver Inching Toward New All-Time February Snow RecordDenver is only 6.5 inches from tying the all-time February record set in 2015.
Denver Weather: Next Storm To Hit Colorado Will Bring Snow To The Metro AreaThe last couple of snow events in Colorado have been limited to the mountains. That will change with a storm coming late Monday. Snow should successfully spread from the mountains to the metro area.