"A drastic change in the weather will occur Monday night and Tuesday, with record or near record heat replaced by wintry conditions, snow, and record cold," NWS said. "Significant snow accumulations can be expected in the Front Range Mountains and Foothills, while the Denver metro area and I-25 Corridor may also see slushy, wet snowfall by early Tuesday morning." … [Read more...] about Denver is under a winter storm watch two days after the city hit 101 degrees
“I thought Jerami Grant’s defense on Kawhi was spectacular. I thought the four guys behind him were giving the necessary help,” Nuggets coach Michael Malone said. “I thought Gary Harris’ defense on Paul George was terrific. But the help behind that was what we need and what we didn’t have in Game 1.” … [Read more...] about Keeler: Denver’s now a No Kawhi Zone. And Jerami Grant, Gary Harris just handed Nuggets a Game 3 lifeline.
The Broncos join six other NFL teams that are allowing spectators. Each team has its own capacity limits in place, and some have different start dates for when fans will be allowed into the stadium for games. The other teams are the Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Dallas Cowboys, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs, and Miami Dolphins. … [Read more...] about Denver Broncos will allow a limited number of fans, joining several NFL teams in welcoming spectators
The smoke plume is expected to be just as bad Monday as it was Sunday, and it likely will center itself over the metro area for the second day in a row, causing hazy skies and bringing smoke and ash with it, Bob Kleyla, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Boulder, said. High temperatures will be in the low to mid-90s. … [Read more...] about Denver weather: Cameron Peak wildfire smoke will make for a hot, hazy Labor Day
The National Weather Service has recorded six other days since 1872 where the temperature dropped by 60 degrees or more in Denver, but they were all during the winter. … [Read more...] about Denver just experienced the earliest freeze on record