Posted 3:51 PM 1/18/2013 by Mike Daniels
Your weekend will be dry and warm especially saturday. A weak cold front moves in sunday with high temperatures cooling 4 to 5 degrees. Just slightly cooler monday before temps get real warm again tuesday and wednesday. It will stay dry across eastern Colorado for at least the next 7 days.
Colorado Springs 23 - 58, Pueblo 16 - 63, Monument 20 - 55, Woodland Park 18 - 49
Posted 3:53 PM 1/17/2013 by Mike Daniels
Clear and cold again tonight. Friday will be close to perfect with bright blue skies and temperatures another 10 degrees warmer than today. No change saturday, then temps cool 5 to 6 degrees sunday with mostly sunny skies. Monday through friday of next week will be mostly sunny with warmer than normal high temperatures.
Colorado Springs 18 - 57, Pueblo 10 - 61, Woodland Park 15 - 49, Monument 16 - 54
Posted 3:49 PM 1/16/2013 by Mike Daniels
Today was the warmest day we've had in over a week. Tonight will be mostly clear with lows in the teens and 20's most areas. Temperatures will be slightly cooler tomorrow under sunny skies. Dry and mild friday through sunday. A weak cold front moves in monday with cooler air but no moisture.
Colorado Springs 19 - 48, Pueblo 17 - 51, Woodland Park 15 - 41, Monument 17 - 45
Posted 8:03 AM 1/15/2013 by Jennifer Jacobs
***A WIND CHILL ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 AM MST.
SAGUACHE COUNTY EAST OF CONTINENTAL DIVIDE BELOW 10000 FT, LA GARITA MOUNTAINS ABOVE 10000 FT, UPPER RIO GRANDE VALLEY/EASTERN SAN JUAN MOUNTAINS BELOW 10000 FT, NORTHERN SANGRE DE CRISTO MOUNTAINS ABOVE 8500 FT, SOUTHERN SANGRE DE (More)
Posted 3:52 PM 1/11/2013 by Joe Bevans
Extreme temperatues can cause major damage in freeze-ups at home. To protect your pipes, experts say to open cabinet doors to leat heat underneath, crack your faucets just enough to allow for a trickle, as moving water won't freeze. The most common mistake is not disconnecting hoses from outdoor spickets.
Posted 4:04 PM 1/10/2013 by Mike Daniels
A very strong Pacific storm will impact Colorado weather for the next several days with blizzard conditions in the mountains and strong wind on the plains. Along I-25 east to Kansas winds will gust up to 55 mph on friday. Mountain areas west of I-25 can expect gusts to 70 mph. Wind and snow will (More)
Posted 6:21 PM 1/9/2013 by Matt Stafford
DENVER (AP) - Thirty of Colorado's 64 counties have been designated as primary natural disaster areas due to severe drought and heat, making farmers and ranchers there and in adjacent counties eligible for low-interest emergency loans from the Farm Service Agency. Agriculture (More)
Posted 3:43 PM 1/8/2013 by Mike Daniels
Mostly clear and cold overnight tonight. Wednesday will be dry and mild with high temperatures above average. Breezy and even warmer thursday before big changes move in. High temperatures friday will be about 20 degrees colder, then another 20 degrees colder on saturday. At this point snow (More)
Posted 8:40 AM 1/7/2013 by Mike Daniels
Today will be mild with a mix of clouds and sunshine. Temperatures stay very comfortable through Thursday with dry skies. A surge of colder air moves in Friday with a few snowflakes possible over the lower elevations. High temperatures only in the 20's and 30's next weekend.
Posted 3:59 PM 1/4/2013 by Mike Daniels
After 10 consecutive days of below normal temperatures today we finally warmed into the above normal range. Nights and early mornings will still be cold but late morning into the afternoon hours will be comfortable through thursday of next week. Plan on sunny skies over the weekend with sunday being the warmest day of the weekend.
Posted 3:55 PM 1/3/2013 by Mike Daniels
Clear and cold again tonight across Colorado. Temperatures on friday will be about 10 degrees warmer than today under mostly sunny skies. No changes saturday, then temperatures warm another 5 or 6 degrees on sunday. We're watching the potential for a storm to impact our area next week, at this time computer model guidance has many different solutions as to what the system will do. We'll watch it develop and keep you posted on possible changes next week.
Posted 3:59 PM 1/2/2013 by Mike Daniels
Skies will be clear overnight tonight and that will allow temperatures to tank into the single digits to below zero. Sunshine on thursday but still some unusually cold air over all of Colorado. The pattern will start to change friday with high temps 10 to 12 degrees warmer. No big change saturday (More)
Posted 4:37 PM 1/1/2013 by Mike Daniels
A weak disturbance is moving across our area and it's triggering a few snowflakes. Just scattered flurries between now and 9pm with no accumulation. Skies becoming partly cloudy tonight with cold temperatures, lows in the single digits to below zero. Sunshine tomorrow with cooler than average high temps. Dry skies thursday through next monday with a warming trend.
Colorado Springs 3 / 31, Pueblo -1 / 33, Monument 0 / 28, Woodland Park -5 / 26
Posted 3:54 PM 12/31/2012 by Mike Daniels
A few snowflakes in some areas early then partly to mostly cloudy and cold with overnight low temperatures in the single digits to below zero. Sunshine tomorrow but quite cold, high temperatures won't even hit freezing. Plan on dry skies wednesday through next weekend with a gradual warming trend.
Colorado Springs 2 - 25, Pueblo 1 - 29, Monument 0 - 22, Woodland Park -5 - 19
Posted 8:21 AM 12/31/2012 by Mike Daniels
Another storm will roll through Colorado today with snow and cold air. The San Juan mountains will get 6-12" of snow by late monday night. The Sangre de Cristo mountains can expect 4-8", with 2-4" over the Wet mountains. The storm won't produce much snow for the lower elevations, a trace to 1" of (More)
Posted 3:58 PM 12/28/2012 by Mike Daniels
Clear and cold tonight. Mostly sunny tomorrow with slightly warmer temperatures. Dry skies again on sunday before the next storm takes aim at Colorado. Snow will begin in the mountains late sunday, most of the snow will stay in the high country but flurries possible across the lower elevations (More)
Posted 5:09 PM 12/27/2012 by Andy Koen
COLORADO SPRINGS - In light of the recent winter storms, emergency managers in Colorado Springs are encouraging everyone to take the necessary steps to stay safe.
Ken Hughlett, the Emergency Management Coordinator for the Colorado Springs Office of Emergency Management says blizzards and (More)