Colorado Weather: Computer Models Show Several Hot Days Possible Next WeekNext week will bring a new month and potentially a new weather pattern to Colorado.
NOAA Researchers: Air Quality In Colorado Improving, Some Other States Not So MuchScientists have seen dramatically less pollution on Colorado's Front Range since the coronavirus outbreak began, but they haven't seen as much of a difference in other big cities.
Colorado Weather: NOAA Outlook Indicates Cool, Wetter Pattern May Lie AheadComputer forecast models show a change headed our way before the end of the week.
Boulder Scientists Launch NOAA-Funded Weather 'Time Machine' ProjectLast month, a NOAA-funded research team launched a new version of a weather “time machine” it has been working on since 2011.
Colorado Weather: Weak El Niño Formed In January, Expected To Last Into SpringEl Niño can impact global weather, including the storm track across the United States.
Colorado Built GOES-17 Satellite Now Operational For Western U.S.The satellite will monitor storms, fog, wildfires and other weather affecting the western United States, Alaska and Hawaii.
Denver Weather: Polar Vortex Missed Colorado, But Arctic Air Could Invade Next WeekAlong with the anticipated cold there could be a series of storm systems that move across the lower 48 United States.
El Niño Predicted, But Heavy Winter Snow Not Guaranteed For ColoradoNOAA says there is a 70-75% chance that El Niño will develop later this year.
Hurricane Michael To Hit Florida, Winds Could Top 110 MPHThe hurricane was 50 miles south of the western tip of Cuba as of 11 a.m. eastern time Monday and moving to the north at 7 mph.
'Teeth-Chattering' Cold In Colorado This Winter? Farmers' Almanac Says SoAccording to the Farmers' Almanac, Colorado should expect a brutal upcoming winter complete with "teeth-chattering cold" and "plentiful snow."
NOAA Outlook Shows August Cooldown Next WeekDenver has hit 90°F or higher on 43 days since the end of May.
Global Warming Cooks Up 'A Different World' Over Three DecadesEarth is noticeably hotter, the weather stormier and more extreme. Polar regions have lost billions of tons of ice; sea levels have been raised by trillions of gallons of water. Far more wildfires rage.
El Niño Watch Issued For Upcoming North American WinterEl Niño is a phenomenon that takes place in the equatorial Pacific Ocean but it can have an impact on weather patterns worldwide.
Drought Expands, Exceptionally Dry Conditions Creep Closer To ColoradoThe driest conditions can be found on the southeast plains, in the San Luis Valley and on the western slope.
NOAA's Outlook For March Snow Not So Good Across ColoradoMarch is known to be the snowiest month in Denver and along Colorado's Front Range.