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

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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!


Rachael's Wednesday Forecast

Rachael s Wednesday Forecast

Temperatures will cool down on Friday behind a cold front, but warmer and drier weather will return by early next week.

Abby's Wednesday Afternoon Forecast

Abby s Wednesday Afternoon Forecast

Some showers and storms this afternoon. We'll have to watch for any flooding concerns. Gusty winds and hail are possible as well.

Abby's Early Wednesday Forecast

Abby s Early Wednesday Forecast

Highs should reach the 70s and 80s in the lower elevations - with the 50s and 60s for the higher terrain. We're monitoring the potential for strong to severe storms today, especially in the eastern plains. Gusty winds and hail are possible. Rotating storms can't be ruled out. We'll need to watch…

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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.


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Anatomy of a tornado

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Find out all that you need to know about tornadoes.


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Colorado Springs

Normal High:72°
Normal Low:46°
Record High: 89° in 2010
Record Low: 34° in 1917
Sunrise:5:38 am
Sunset:8:14 pm
Moonrise:2:38 pm
Moonset:2:18 am
Today's MoonWaxing gibbous


Normal High:80°
Normal Low:48°
Record High: 95° in 2006
Record Low: 34° in 1997
Sunrise:5:38 am
Sunset:8:12 pm
Moonrise:2:36 pm
Moonset:2:17 am
Today's MoonWaxing gibbous

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