Billion-dollar Denver hailstorm last May is now spiking insurance rates ‘statewide’

On May 8th 2017, a severe thunderstorm formed over the western suburbs of Denver around 2:30 PM Mountain Time. Hailstones up to 2.75″ in diameter pummeled cars and structures causing a total of $1.4 Billion (that’s billion with a “B”!) in damage, thereby becoming the costliest hailstorm in state history. We take a look back at this historic storm, and give you warning of the impending insurance spikes for 2018.

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First snowfall of 2018 is now behind us, more on the way this weekend

We review the light snow and freezing drizzle that fell on Martin Luther King Junior Day across the Metro area and detail when we will see our next round of snow.

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This week in weather: January 15, 2018

The week ahead starts out on the cold and wintry side on this M.L.K. day. The Arctic air doesn’t last long however, as warm air spreads back into the area by Wednesday. We are watching the potential for a more potent winter storm late in the week and coming weekend. Read on for more details.

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Light snow arrives just in time to celebrate M.L.K. Day

Though the Front Range has been feeling warmer of late, the Arctic air has never been far away.  This boundary has remained just across the border in Nebraska and Kansas for the last few days. This changes tonight as the cold front pushes back south and west along with some moisture to bring light snow to everyone. Read on to find out the exact timing and snowfall amounts.

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2017: The 2nd Warmest for Earth, 3rd for Colorado, 11th for Boulder

Earth. It’s really cool, but it’s warming up faster now than it may have ever warmed before. Unless the buzz from last week’s East Coast blizzard has turned you into a climate change denier, you are likely already on-board with this sentiment. With 2017 now behind us, we take a look back at temperatures throughout the year for the globe, Colorado, and Boulder.

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This week in weather: January 8, 2018

The week ahead begins warm before the arrival of a southern-track winter storm by mid-week. Unfortunately, the path of the upper-low is not very favorable for Colorado. We’ll see some snow, but not much. Temperatures will then rebound to end the week on a mild note.

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This week in weather: January 2, 2018

From everyone at BoulderCAST, we wish you all a Happy New Year! This week, the main weather story will be a warming trend as high pressure settles in across the Southwest. The Arctic air, which has entrenched much of the CONUS the past week, will be pushing off to our east, allowing for an early January thaw. Read on for more details.

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This week in weather: December 26, 2017

We hope you had a safe and festive holiday weekend! Despite the very cold start to the week, warmer weather is on the way! Read on for our outlook covering the upcoming week, including when we expect our next chance of snow.

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White Christmas Forecast: Jet-forced snow Saturday night, but will it last? (Updated)

We discuss the forecast for more snow Saturday night across the Front Range, and detail the locations that will see a White Christmas!

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Forecast update: Snow later tonight, cold lingering through the weekend

Accumulating snow and frigid temperatures are on the way for most of Colorado! Read on as we discuss the arrival of the first Arctic cold front of the season, one which has good timing to coincide with the winter solstice on Thursday.

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Snow-less streak ended at 37 days in Boulder, 65 in Denver

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This week in weather: December 18, 2017

This week starts off clear, calm, and unseasonably warm for the shortest days of the year.  The exciting news is there is a potential snow storm in the works for Thursday!  It’s no perfect storm, but we’ll take what we can get at this point.  Models are indicating temperatures could stay cold enough until Christmas to maintain snow cover, especially in the shade, with a second shot for snow and much cooler temperatures over the weekend in case you’ve been dreaming of a white Christmas.

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