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Time lapse video captures Veterans Day snow

Thursday, November 12th, 2015 4:25pm MDT

A fast-moving storm brought a quick shot of snow to the Denver metro area on Veterans Day. This time lapse video captures the snow just as it starts at 1:00am on November 11, 2015 and runs until 1:00pm that same day but which time the sun had come out and the snow was quickly melting. […]

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Time lapse video of Thornton’s Mother’s Day weekend snow

Monday, May 11th, 2015 6:54pm MDT

The past week or so has brought quite a variety of weather, most notably seven straight days of precipitation.  On Saturday we saw a continuation of the rain which changed to snow overnight, an event captured by one of our webcams. Over the seven days, Thornton recorded a whopping 4.34 inches of liquid precipitation.  Most […]

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Video: Toddlers debate sprinkles versus rain

Thursday, September 25th, 2014 1:04pm MDT

Certainly politics, religion and even climate change are hotly debated topics but as a video shows, toddlers can get pretty fired up about whether it is sprinkling or raining. Posted to YouTube yesterday, the video portrays how quickly a discussion about the weather can get heated. A young boy insists it is just sprinkling – […]

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Video captures twin EF-4 tornadoes in Nebraska

Monday, July 7th, 2014 8:01am MDT

Severe weather struck eastern Nebraska on June 16 spawning an amazing four EF-4 rated tornadoes in less than an hour.  Two of these were twins, formed from the same supercell thunderstorm at nearly the same time, and stunning video from a resident’s porch shows the beasts. While this event and the video are a few […]

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Video: NASA showcases weather and climate events of 2013 as seen from space

Thursday, April 24th, 2014 1:01pm MDT

A stunning video released by NASA this week provides a bird’s eye view of some of the Earth’s most significant weather and climate events of last year. Using images and movies from satellites and the International Space Station, scenes from across the globe are shown in the video titled “Earth from Orbit 2013.” Colorado and […]

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Video: Spring snowstorm finally generates some intensity in Thornton

Sunday, April 13th, 2014 4:20pm MDT

It was sure slow coming with most of the day featuring a light rain / snow mix.  At about 4:00pm the snow finally began in earnest.  The video below was taken from the ThorntonWeather.com backyard.

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Videos: Time lapse of Thornton’s quick, wet snow coming and going

Wednesday, March 5th, 2014 9:14am MDT

Late winter in Colorado can bring a wide variety of conditions, oftentimes within a very short time span. This was fully evident yesterday and last night as we went from a high of a daytime 62 degrees to receiving a healthy dose of snow before midnight. Thornton received a total of 2.9 inches of heavy, […]

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Time lapse video captures mountain wave clouds, sunset

Sunday, March 2nd, 2014 5:14pm MDT

Watching clouds in real time can be fascinating however it is when they are sped up via time lapse that we can oftentimes truly see the subtle motions that we otherwise miss. A time lapse video released by some local storm chasers provide a stunning visual of wave clouds near Boulder. Posted to YouTube today […]

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Video: An appropriate song given the coming weather conditions

Thursday, January 30th, 2014 12:58pm MDT

We just couldn’t resist as this seems highly appropriate given the coming storm.  😉

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Satellite imagery captures explosion of West Fork Complex Fire, Papoose Fire and thunderstorms

Friday, June 21st, 2013 5:58pm MDT

Satellites provide an amazing eye in the sky for monitoring the weather and climate.  Their usefulness today was once again proven as they captures wildfires exploding in Colorado’s southwest and thunderstorms to the northeast. The satellite imagery animation comes from the NOAA GOES East satellite and was assembled by Colorado State University RAMSDIS.  It covers […]

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