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Mostly clear overnight tonight. Saturday will start sunny then afternoon clouds with the best chance of late day thunderstorms over the Pikes Peak region. Late Saturday night into Sunday morning rain and even weak thunderstorms are possible over the Pikes Peak region. Cooler air Sunday with a better chance of... Read Story ›
Sep 19, 2014 11:10 AM
Yesterday I shared information with you about how cold the coldest cold has been around Colorado Springs and Pueblo. That information is here if you have not seen it: http://www.koaa.com/news/how-cold-can-we-get-/ Of course areas in the mountains and high valleys can get much colder, and so can other parts of... Read Story ›
Sep 18, 2014 11:23 AM
Today is September 18... the official start of fall is marked by the autumnal equinox, which occurs at 8:29 PM MDT on September 22. The intense heat of the summer is easing, and some mornings have been cool enough for light jackets for a lot of Colorado. As... Read Story ›
Sep 17, 2014 8:55 PM
Mostly clear skies overnight tonight. Thursday will be mostly sunny and hot again with highs in the 80's and 90's. Friday will be a touch cooler with a few more clouds. A good chance of rain and thunderstorms Friday over far south and southeast Colorado. Some of those areas could... Read Story ›
Sep 15, 2014 6:57 PM
An isolated shower early in parts of the Pikes Peak region then mostly cloudy skies. Tuesday will be sunny by mid morning and much warmer during the afternoon hours. Even hotter air both Wednesday and Thursday with dry skies. Moisture will increase Friday into the weekend with a better chance... Read Story ›
Sep 12, 2014 7:36 PM
A Frost Advisory tonight until 8am Saturday. Cover tender plants or bring them indoors. After a cold start Saturday, temperatures will warm into the 60's and 70's with sunshine. Dry and even warmer on Sunday. A cold front arrives early Monday, much cooler Monday with a few showers possible. Dry... Read Story ›
Sep 12, 2014 1:15 PM
An incredible water rescue was captured on camera Wednesday as a Mississippi man was pulled from his sinking car with just seconds to spare. The car was caught up in flash flood waters near Horn Lake, Mississippi after strong storms moved through the area. Horn Lake Fire fighter... Read Story ›
With potential record highs for Colorado Springs and Pueblo on Tuesday, 5/22, (Record 87, set in 1996, forecast high of 90 for Colorado Springs; Record 94 set in 1996, forecast high of 97 for Pueblo), I thought it might be fun to dig back into the records kept for both...
Because… 1) The fires have started early in the season, with one near Fort Collins, and more in Arizona 2) The winter left dry soils behind (the effect of La Nina) 3) It’s already in the 90s and 100s from southern Nevada to southern Arizona 4) The outlook for June,...
There are 2 astronomical events of note in your immediate future, and both require special viewing gear (plus one requires a road trip). First of all, there will be an “annular” eclipse of the sun on May 20th. It won’t be visible from Colorado, but you can get a great...
Drought conditions aren’t quite as intense as they have been, thanks to some April showers (and snowflakes). Here are some of the impacts: 1) Spring showers and warmer weather across eastern Colorado has allowed grasses and other fuels to green up, which has helped to lower the fire danger across...
As my last post (about the tornado northeast of Tokyo, Japan), reminded us all, the good old US of A isn’t the only place in the world that has tornadoes (though we have more than anybody else). A little research shows that tornadoes have been reported on every continent except...