Monday, June 24, 2019

Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – June 24, 2019

We dry out and warm up through the 80'sF Monday - Wednesday then see lower 90'sF for the first time this year Thursday - Saturday. We drop back to the 80'sF Sunday and lower 80'sF next Tuesday. There are small chances of afternoon thunderstorms Tuesday, then Thursday and on.

Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – June 23, 2019

Rain will continue through Sunday afternoon (maybe finally tapering off around 1-3pm). We quickly dry out and rise back to the 80'sF. That begins our warm up to real heat in the lower 90'sF (our first 90F+ day) Thursday. There is a hint of things cooling a bit at the end of next weekend into next week with increasing afternoon thundershowers.

8:30am Update: Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – June 22,...

The cool air is here, the rain has begun. At least one tornado has been reported (near Elizabeth, CO) and there other strong cells down around Denver. We are looking at 1.5-2 inches of rain over most of the I-25 corridor this weekend. We drop to the 40'sF the next three nights and only see 60'sF in the daytime. Beginning Monday we warm to the 80'sF and dry out. We begin to hit 90'sF on Thursday and have a hot dry weekend coming next week.

10:30am Update: Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – June 21,...

The next 10 days will see all the weather types we can have near town. A strong cold front arrives in the morning Friday. Rain chances really pick up around 1pm starting a 3 day stretch of rain that will top 1 inch and may approach 2 inches total. There is severe weather possible Friday with hail and tornadoes and hail is possible Saturday. Snow is possible in the nearby foothills and we "might" see snow flurries Sunday AM mixed in with the rain. Crazy! Rain ends before midnight Sunday and we see a stretch of 90'sF midweek into next weekend.

8:30am Update: Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – June 20,...

Today (Thursday) will be quite toasty, but, with our first of 3 cool fronts arriving, highs should fall short of 90F. We cool each day through Sunday when we have highs only in the 60'sF. There are some storm chances this afternoon, then good rain and thunderstorm chances Friday through Sunday. We warm up and dry out and might see our real first 90F+ day Wednesday or Thursday.

Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – June 19, 2019

Rain is falling in Longmont as this post goes up, and there might be another round of showers in the evening (Tuesday)- but things dry out as a ridge slides in over the next couple of days. We get to the upper 80'sF Wednesday/Thursday but our first 90F+ might hold off until next Wednesday. Much cooler air and more rain and thunderstorms return for Friday through Sunday.

Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – June 18, 2019

Weather remains cool and stormy (afternoons) for two more days (the rest of Monday and Tuesday). We get hot and dry for Wednesday and Thursday (90F more more Thursday???). Cooler 70'sF and showers return Friday through Sunday. Severe weather is not expected around Longmont through Thursday (but updates will show up here).

11:30am: Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – June 17, 2019

In Brief: We have a fairly wet and cool period running Sunday through Tuesday with maybe 3/4th inch of...

Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – June 16, 2019

We have daily afternoon chances of rain and thunderstorms Saturday through Wednesday with below normal temperatures. Heaver rain amounts are expected Monday and Tuesday. Some severe weather (hail and high winds are the primary risk) is possible Sunday afternoon.

Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – June 15, 2019

We enter a 4-5 day period of warmish weather with daily weak cool fronts that will kick off showers and thunderstorms around midday and into the afternoons. Severe weather is not expected over this period (at this time). This site will be updated if changes. Our five day rainfall total will probably remain below 1 inch.
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