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From Chief Meteorologist Steve Hamilton
Morrison | Conifer | Evergreen |  Pine | Bailey | Fairplay | Jefferson-Como | Alma 

Rain And Thunderstorms To Start The Week...
Low pressure will set up over eastern Colorado on Monday, with decent low-level moisture and favorable winds for upslope conditions. It looks like we'll have a good chance of rain and thunderstorms Monday and Tuesday. We may see a few light showers early each day, then the heavier rain and thunderstorms will come through during the afternoon and early evening hours. The weather pattern will persist into Tuesday, with showers and thunderstorms across our area. By Wednesday, low pressure moves eastward, and we should get back to a fair pattern, although we may still see a few lingering showers.

Morrison

Monday:Afternoon showers and thunderstorms likely. High: Lower 70s. Breezy.

Monday Night:Showers and thunderstorms in the evening. Low: Lower 50s.

Tuesday:Cloudy with showers and afternoon thunderstorms. High: Lower 70s.

Wednesday:Partly sunny with a few showers possible. High: Mid 70s.

Conifer

Monday:Showers and thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon. High: Lower 60s.

Monday Night:Cloudy with scattered showers. Low: Mid 40s. Breezy.

Tuesday:Cloudy. Showers and thunderstorms, and breezy. High: Lower 60s.

Wednesday:Partly sunny with a few afternoon showers possible and breezy. High: Upper 60s.

Evergreen

Monday:Showers and thunderstorms likely, especially in the afternoon. High: Mid 60s.

Monday Night:Cloudy with scattered showers. Low: Mid 40s.

Tuesday:Showers likely with afternoon thunderstorms. High: Mid 60s. Gusty wind.

Wednesday:Partly sunny. Scattered showers and maybe a thunderstorm. High: Upper 60s.

Pine

Monday:A good chance of showers and thunderstorms. High: Upper 60s.

Monday Night:Scattered showers and thunderstorms. Low: Mid 40s.

Tuesday:Showers and thunderstorms likely, especially in the afternoon. High: Mid 60s. Gusty wind.

Wednesday:Scattered showers. Partly sunny. High: Mid 70s.

Bailey

Monday:Showers and afternoon thunderstorms. Breezy. High: Upper 60s.

Monday Night:Cloudy with showers and a few thunderstorms. Low: Mid 40s.

Tuesday:Showers early, with afternoon thunderstorms likely. High: Mid 60s. Breezy.

Wednesday:Partly cloudy with scattered showers. High: 70.

Fairplay

Monday:Showers and thunderstorms likely, especially in the afternoon. Breezy. High: Lower 60s.

Monday Night:Cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms. Breezy. Low: Upper 30s.

Tuesday:Gusty wind, and showers and thunderstorms likely. High: Upper 50s.

Wednesday:Breezy with a few showers. Partly sunny. High: Lower 60s.

Jefferson-Como

Monday:Showers and thunderstorms likely, especially in the afternoon. High: Upper 50s.

Monday Night:Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and maybe a thunderstorm. Breezy. Low: Mid 30s.

Tuesday:Cloudy with showers in the morning, then thunderstorms likely in the afternoon. High: Upper 50s.

Wednesday:A few showers and afternoon thunderstorms. Partly cloudy. High: Lower 60s.

 Alma

Monday:Showers and thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon. High: Mid 50s.

Monday Night:Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms. Low: Upper 30s.

Tuesday:Cloudy with showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. High: Mid 50s.

Wednesday:Fair. High: Upper 50s.

 

About Colorado Meteorologist Steve Hamilton

FB 3 28 2017Steve Hamilton is a meteorologist, based in Denver. He is certified by the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association. Steve has studied weather since age 9 when Hurricane Agnes roared across his home town in New Jersey. As a young boy, Steve began to write to TV weather forecasters in Philadelphia, asking for weather maps and satellite images so he could study them. He moved to Denver, Colorado with his family in 1979, graduating from Columbine High School in Littleton in 1980.


He went on to college, graduating with a BS in Mass Media from Colorado State University in 1984. His second stint as a college student was at Mississippi State University for Meteorology, graduating in 2009, and earning his American Meteorological Society Seal Of Approval in December 2009. Steve was a weather producer for KMGH-TV for five years before entering the field as a professional meteorologist.

Steve is now one of the lead meteorologists for The Storm Report, Inc., based in Kansas City, MO, but Steve operates from facilities based in Denver, his hometown since 1979. "The Storm Report" specializes in delivering custom weather forecasts and live severe weather updates to 150 radio stations across the country. He is also a “Storm Chaser” and often roams the Colorado plains in the spring and summer, photographing tornadoes and severe thunderstorms for scientific study.

Additionally, Steve serves as a Weather Ready Nation Ambassador for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador™ initiative is NOAA's effort to formally recognize NOAA partners who are improving the nation’s readiness, responsiveness, and overall resilience against extreme weather, water, and climate events. You can contact Steve through our MMT Homepage.

 

10 Jun 2015 10:06 #1

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Replied by HappyCamper on topic Super Local Weather Forecasts

This is great I am so glad to know we have our own Meteorologist.

Maybe he can tell me when it will rain in Bailey so the pine pollen will go away. People tell me I live in the banana belt but have yet to see a banana tree :P
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22 Jun 2015 12:55 #2

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Replied by NeutralGuy on topic Super Local Weather Forecasts

So, where will the forecasts be posted in this forum or on a special page?

Storm chasers fascinate me maybe you could share some of the photos you get or maybe videos!
22 Jun 2015 13:31 #3

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Replied by ScienceChic on topic Super Local Weather Forecasts

Great question NeutralGuy! Steve will be posting his forecasts on our new Super Local Weather Forecasts page here: mymountaintown.com/weather-traffic/super-local-weather which can be found in the drop-down menu that opens up when you click on Weather & Traffic in the menu across the very top of the page (or you can bookmark it!).

I too would love to see some photos and/or video while storm-chasing!
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22 Jun 2015 14:02 #4

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Replied by FredHayek on topic Super Local Weather Forecasts

Welcome aboard! (pun intended.)
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22 Jun 2015 14:54 #5

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Replied by HappyCamper on topic Super Local Weather Forecasts

I have a real question...Where in Bailey is the temp reading coming from?

I am only asking as it says 73 right now and both my manual and digital thermometer are saying 80 they are on the back side of the house so the sun is not hitting them.

This is mostly a curiosity thing I know temps can be different depending on altitude and all that.
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22 Jun 2015 17:15 #6

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Replied by ScienceChic on topic Super Local Weather Forecasts

Do you mean the current temp that is displayed on the left-hand side of the Home & weather pages? If so, that's from Weather Underground; I have no idea where they measure it.
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The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it. ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is. ~Winston Churchill

Your scars exist, but it’s your courage that defines you. ~Nalini Singh
22 Jun 2015 18:14 #7

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Replied by HappyCamper on topic Super Local Weather Forecasts

Yes, that was what I was looking at and that is good to hear Weatherunderground as that is what I typically use seems to be the closest.
22 Jun 2015 18:44 #8

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Replied by jf1acai on topic Super Local Weather Forecasts

According to my calendar, the week of June 22 is past. What happened to the forecasts? ;)
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29 Jun 2015 08:29 #9

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Replied by ScienceChic on topic Super Local Weather Forecasts

Unfortunately, Steve had some family health stuff come up. If everyone could send good positive healing thoughts to his family, it would be much appreciated. He's hoping to start this week, but I told him to not worry as family comes first. I'll keep you posted when he's ready! Thanks.
The hope of a secure and livable world lies with disciplined nonconformists who are dedicated to justice, peace and brotherhood. ~Martin Luther King, Jr.

The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it. ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is. ~Winston Churchill

Your scars exist, but it’s your courage that defines you. ~Nalini Singh
29 Jun 2015 12:57 #10

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