One of our most-requested features has consistently been to provide real-time weather forecasts and information. Today, we are happy to fill this void with the announcement of BoulderCAST LiveCAST, a real-time weather display and forecast product tailored specifically to the Boulder/Denver area. In fact, LiveCAST is already available! Read on for all the details.

Do you ever wonder how quickly it will warm up in the morning, if it be windy enough to cancel your ultimate Frisbee game later tonight, or when is the upslope snow is finally going to let up?

With the launch of our LiveCAST suite, we’ll always be there to answer these questions for you! At the heart of LiveCAST is a short-term forecast product, providing an hour-by-hour look at the next 12 hours for the Boulder/Denver area. Included in the forecast is cloud cover, temperature, precipitation chance and type, as well as wind speed and direction. The forecast graphic updates each hour using the latest model and observational data from the region. The forecast for the next 12 hours is shown below:

As an added bonus, BoulderCAST Premium subscribers have exclusive access to the 24-hour version of our forecast (coming very soon). Don’t forget, through the end of May, use the promo code BOULDER to receive 17% off an annual membership to BoulderCAST Premium!


As a supplement to the short-term forecast, the LiveCAST page also includes:

  • Up-to-the-second weather data from BoulderCAST station in North Boulder
  • A live view from downtown Boulder
  • Current radar loop
  • Current satellite image
  • Latest surface map, showing the location of all weather systems and fronts
  • Active weather alerts map, which displays all current watches, warnings, and advisories for the region
  • Live and interactive current regional temperature map

LiveCAST can be found at Be sure to bookmark it! Otherwise, it can easily be accessed from the “Weather” drop-down menu in the Navigation bar.

As with most things on the site, we’ll continue to update and improve the LiveCAST page and forecasting algorithms over time. If you have any feedback, suggestions, or requests for the LiveCAST page, don’t hesitate to contact us. Enjoy!



Ben Castellani

Ben grew up in western Pennsylvania and holds both a bachelor's and a master's degree in meteorology. He currently works on a programming language tailored for scientists at Harris Geospatial Solutions in Boulder.

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