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Non-5th grade teachers, feel free to print out and use any pages you'd like! This is a free educational resource.

Weather Links

Your Homework Links

Page 23 asks you to record the weather observed for the day. Here are the links to what you need!

Interesting & Useful Weather Links

*NEW* - Excellent educational information on the Japanese earthquake and tsunami just added!

Just For Teachers: Answer Key

Teachers' Answer Key

Teachers: Please use the username & password provided to you to access the answer key. If you don't have it and need access, please click here to have it emailed to you.


Strong Spring Storm Will Bring Rain and Snow Through Monday

A strong storm will push through Colorado and give us some wild weather Sunday and Sunday night.

Rain, Snow Return To Colorado Thursday

Our next storm will bring rain and snow back to the state, which could make for some slushy commutes.

Snow Will Continue To Fall Overnight

Another round of snow arrives late tonight that will slow down the morning drive even more.  Give yourself extra time!


Mike's Saturday Night Forecast

Mike s Saturday Night Forecast

Storms winding down, fog moving in. Slight warm up Monday and Tuesday before a new system arrives which will cool us off, increase storm chances and could bring the first significant mountain snow.

Mike's Saturday Evening Weather

Mike s Saturday Evening Weather

Locally heavy storms moving up the I-25 corridor tonight producing heavy rain, winds and hail. More fog on Sunday, storms midweek and the possibility of some fairly significant mountain snow.

Jay's Saturday Morning Weather

Jay s Saturday Morning Weather

There is some patchy fog around this morning, but we'll trade that in for showers and storms later today.

Heat Index

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What is that? Why did that happen? How do those form? When do we get these?...Whatever your weather question, we want to help!

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Slideshow: Books In The Colorado Classroom

Books In The Classroom - The Slideshow

We love the smiles on the faces and the excitement about learning this book is creating!

What's That Mean? StormTracker Glossary

Glossary Of Terms

What does Coriolis Force mean? What about Easterlies? Find out the weather terms in this downloadable glossary guide.


Storm surge



Storm surge is a large dome of water often 50 to 100 miles wide that sweeps across the coastline near where a hurricane makes landfall. Find out more about storm surges here.


Find out all that you need to know about flooding.

Anatomy of a tornado

Tornado file

Find out all that you need to know about tornadoes.


Find out all you need to know about lightning.


Colorado Springs

Normal High:68°
Normal Low:40°
Record High: 87° in 1935
Record Low: 23° in 1959
Sunrise:6:56 am
Sunset:6:39 pm
Moonrise:11:19 pm
Moonset:12:58 pm
Today's MoonWaning gibbous


Normal High:74°
Normal Low:39°
Record High: 91° in 1964
Record Low: 27° in 2009
Sunrise:6:55 am
Sunset:6:38 pm
Moonrise:11:19 pm
Moonset:12:55 pm
Today's MoonWaning gibbous

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