Posted 3:41 PM 5/19/2013 by Monica Gouty
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Emergency officials in Kansas are monitoring a reported tornado in the Wichita area. The National Weather Service is describing the twister as "large, violent and extremely dangerous." Meteorologists say it was located on the southwest side of Wichita around 3:45 (More)
Posted 7:59 PM 5/14/2013 by Juice Godfrey
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - The National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder is taking to the skies in airplane to see whether it can collect enough information over the Colorado Rockies to provide additional warning time to people who may be in the way of potentially deadly storms. (More)...
Posted 7:33 PM 5/9/2013 by Juice Godfrey
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Major stretches of river have already gone dry, farmers are leaving their land fallow and cities are clamping down on water use, but things in New Mexico just went from bad to worse Thursday. The latest drought map put together by federal forecasters shows New (More)
Posted 2:38 PM 5/8/2013 by Juice Godfrey
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - Xcel Energy hopes it can save its customers money with the help of more extensive weather forecasting from the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder. NCAR and Minneapolis-based Xcel announced Wednesday that they are furthering their partnership to (More)
Posted 9:46 PM 5/7/2013 by Mike Daniels
A Flash Flood Watch will be active from Wednesday morning through Thursday afternoon for the Waldo Canyon burn scar, El Paso county , Teller county and the Rampart Range. Moderate to heavy rain is possible and that could create flash flooding, especially over and around the burn area. If flooding develops be ready to head for higher ground at a moments notice.
Posted 8:08 AM 5/3/2013 by Stephen Bowers
Temperatures Friday morning cooled into the 20's, and for the Pueblo Airport temperatures cooled enough to reach record territory.
Friday's official low temperature was 23 degrees, which ties the record low that was set in 2011.
Friday morning's 20's were nowhere near the record low of 17 in Colorado Springs. That record was set in 1907 and will stand for at least another year.
Posted 5:53 AM 5/2/2013 by Stephen Bowers
Lingering flurries will fade away by late morning, and some sun could peak through clouds by this afternoon. No significant accumulation is likely from this morning's flurries, but the early morning drive to work could be icy in spots.
Temperatures will be sluggish to warm today, and most (More)
Posted 6:43 AM 5/1/2013 by Stephen Bowers
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service for northern El Paso County, Teller County, the Wet Mountains, the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Huerfano County, and western Las Animas County.
Snow will move into our area today and could begin as cold rain (More)
Posted 7:49 AM 4/30/2013 by Stephen Bowers
Today will be warm and windy. Temperatures will top out in the upper 70's around Colorado Springs with warmer mid-to-upper 80's along Highway 50 from Canon City to Pueblo to La Junta and cooler 60's in Teller County. Clouds will increase tonight, and snow is possible toward sunrise Wednesday (More)
Posted 3:23 PM 4/23/2013 by Eric Ross
DENVER (AP) - Snow is expected to continue to fall in parts of southern Colorado but travel has returned to normal around the rest of the state. Interstate 70 from Burlington to Kansas was temporarily closed Tuesday because of the latest spring storm to hit Colorado and cancelled a (More)
Posted 7:51 AM 4/22/2013 by Stephen Bowers
Another spring storm system is poised to impact Colorado overnight Monday and Tuesday morning.
The National Weather Service has posted a Winter Weather Advisory for northern El Paso County (NOT including Colorado Springs), for Teller County, for the Wet Mountains, for the Sangre de Cristo (More)
Posted 11:10 AM 4/17/2013 by Stephen Bowers
The approaching disturbance is working together with an upslope wind and generating a little snow earlier than expected, especially west of I-25, though it is now spreading out east of I-25 in parts of El Paso County. Some dry air should bring a break in the snow before the main part of the (More)
Posted 11:09 AM 4/16/2013 by Stephen Bowers
The Lyrid Meteor Shower begins Tuesday night and lasts through April 25. The closer to the 25th we get, the brighter the moon gets. That means best viewing will be in the next few nights, but clouds will likely limit viewing tonight and tomorrow night.
Peak activity occurs on the 22nd (More)
Posted 7:18 AM 4/10/2013 by Stephen Bowers
We realize many people expected to wake up to piles of snow after blizzard warnings were launched across a huge section of Southern Colorado on Tuesday. With that in mind, we wanted to try to clear up some of the confusion...
Blizzard conditions were, in fact, observed in many areas with (More)
Posted 1:06 PM 4/9/2013 by JD Downing
DENVER (AP) - The Colorado State Patrol is providing special information for truckers on the Interstate 70 mountain corridor to help them prepare for changing highway conditions.The state patrol says truckers face special challenges and they need up-to-date warnings when weather or (More)