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The Evolving Eclipse Forecast: Colorado, Wyoming, or Nebraska? (Updated Aug 16)

Follow along with us as we provide forecasts leading up to the total solar eclipse on Monday, August 21st for Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska. We’re here to help you decide where the best drive-able viewing will be.

*Forecast updates will be included in this post, as needed*

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This week in weather: August 7, 2017

As we begin a first full week of August, we detail the forecast which calls for a rather wet start to our week. Temperatures will be below seasonal averages thanks to cloud cover and precipitation, although a warming trend looks to take hold by the end of the week. Read on for our full weekly outlook.

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This week in weather: July 17, 2017

A rather benign period overall is headed our way with high pressure in place through most of the upcoming week. However, we will need to be on the lookout for thunderstorms toward the latter part of the week with the return of monsoonal moisture. Prior to that, heat will be the story. Read on for our detailed weekly forecast.

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This week in weather: July 3, 2017

It’s hard to believe that the first week of July is already upon us. Soon we will be talking about the arrival of the summer monsoon. For now though, heat will be the story much of this week, with a few if any storms to speak of. We also discuss the forecast for the Fourth of July holiday and the possibility of 90’s lingering longer than anyone wants. Read on for the details.

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This week in weather: June 19, 2017

Our weather this week will be all about the heat, at least through Thursday. A strong cold front sags in late-week to cool us off, but not before we are ruled by a ridge of high pressure. A few storms are possible but most of our week will remain dry. Read on for the full details.

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This week in weather: June 5, 2017

As we head into the first full-week of June, unsettled weather in the form of showers and storms returns to the forecast over the next few days. We’re also tracking the potential for our first 90-degree days of the year towards the end of the week. Continue reading for our comprehensive outlook of the week ahead.

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This week in weather: May 22, 2017

This week’s weather will fail to outdo last week’s historic snow storm, but nonetheless the pattern remains active across Colorado. The week starts off with a cold frontal passage Monday evening, followed by at least one nice day under the influence of high pressure. Storm activity under southwest flow returns towards the end of the week, though. We also cover the forecast for the upcoming holiday weekend and the BolderBoulder. Continue reading for the details.

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This week in weather: May 8, 2016

Our weather turned quite warm to end the week, with Friday, Saturday and Sunday well above average in the 80’s across much of the Metro area. Unfortunately, this week will see a gradual drop in temperatures all thanks to a large cut-off low pressure system churning slowly across the Desert Southwest. It also looks to be a wet week overall, especially Tuesday and Wednesday. All the details can be found in our week ahead outlook, so read on…

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Final forecast comes in a little snowier, uncertainty remains (Updated)

As we have been relaying to you all week, another spring snow storm is on the way this evening and will linger into Saturday afternoon.  Read on as we detail our final thoughts on the storm and snow amounts for the Foothills and Plains.

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This week in weather: April 24, 2017

After a gorgeous weekend with sunny skies, the weather turns more active this week with a series of storm systems moving through, along with a general trend of colder weather each successive day. This is all thanks to the jet stream meandering southward. Read on for our weekly outlook, including whether we may see snowfall on the Plains late in the week…

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Forecast update: Fourth time is the charm for snow

Another spring storm is taking aim at Colorado, the fourth one in less than two weeks! The last few storm systems were a bust for the Plains, with more rain than snow. This storm, however, is colder in all the right ways and is likely to bring snowfall for most. How much snow is expected for the region, including the ski resorts and Foothills? Will this be another classic case of “The Weatherman That Cried Snow”? Read on for our complete forecast.

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This week in weather: April 3, 2017

After a gorgeous reprieve Sunday, we return to a colder and more active pattern we have all become accustomed to. The first half of the week will be influenced by another area of low pressure that will bring rain/snow to the region. The rest of the week from Wednesday onward will see a pleasant warming trend. Read on for our full weekly outlook.

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Rain/snow update for Thursday night into Friday

We’re comfortably in the 70’s now, but rain and snow are looming. A few model shifts over the last twenty four hours have altered a few aspects of the forecast for the spring storm set to arrive this evening. Read on for all the details!

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