Boulder Weather

National weather service for Boulder, Colorado
Partly Cloudy
Sunday 03/26 10%
Partly Cloudy
Clearing skies late. Lows overnight in the mid 30s.
Chance of Rain
Monday 03/27 60%
Chance of Rain
Sunny skies during the morning hours will give way to occasional showers in the afternoon. High 61F. Winds ESE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 60%.
Rain
Tuesday 03/28 100%
Rain
Rain showers in the morning will evolve into a more steady rain in the afternoon. Thunder possible. High 51F. Winds NNE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 100%.

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Current Weather Conditions in Boulder

Current Weather Conditions in Boulder

Boulder Weather. Current weather forecast for Boulder Colorado. Five day weather forecast. wind speed, temperature, humidity, Red Flag Warning , weather dangers for Boulder include, Fire, Flood, blizzard. We use weather from NOAA and NWS for Boulder county.[READ|SHARE]
2013 Boulder Flood Video playlist

2013 Boulder Flood Video playlist

On Sept. 12 2013 The city of Boulder is under emergency Alert, High flood warnings have been issued and parts of the surrounding areas have been evacuated, here are some videos of the flooding in the streets and paths.[READ|SHARE]
Boulder Flood Info Expansion

Boulder Flood Info Expansion

Inquire Boulder and dedicated phone line Expansion for Boulder Flood Info. To continue to provide the most up-to-date information, resources and a dedicated contact for flood-related information, Boulder Flood Info will now have a presence on Inquire Boulder as well as a dedicated phone line.[READ|SHARE]
Asian migrants stuck on land bridge for milleniums
NOAA: Boulder IS the windy city

NOAA: Boulder IS the windy city

Overheard in a local eatery: "I'd rather have two feet of snow than all this wind. This is driving me mad." Everything you have wanted to know about high winds in Boulder, and then some. In a nut shell: In 42 years worth of data, 175 days recorded winds of 70 m.p.h. or greater. Eighty six of these occurred in December and January. The highest wind gust recorded was 137 m.p.h. on Jan. 16-17, 1982, with 20 gusts of greater than 120 m. p. h. Forty percent of all Boulder buildings sustained damage. Most of the highest winds were in south[READ|SHARE]
Gas "outage" comes at a bad time

Gas "outage" comes at a bad time

Boulder Fire-Rescue offers safety tips during gas outage[READ|SHARE]
7,000 B.C. homes are without heating gas

7,000 B.C. homes are without heating gas

To supplement our Colorado crews working to restore natural gas service to customers in Boulder County affected by this morning’s outage, we have called in additional Xcel Energy crews from around the state and from Minnesota and Wisconsin. We have also contacted utilities in California and New Mexico plus private companies too. With temperatures hovering in the single digits, we want to restart service as quickly and safely as possible. Approximately 7,000 homes are without service. We estimate 90 percent of customers will have service by noon tomorrow. Crews will work around-the-clock to restore service to customers.[READ|SHARE]
Bad weather a-comin' City gets ready

Bad weather a-comin' City gets ready

City of Boulder crews are preparing to respond to an approaching storm that may produce accumulated snowfall and persistent cold beginning tonight and continuing through the weekend. The city’s snow crews use 16 plow trucks to keep Boulder’s primary and secondary streets, on-street bike lanes, and multi-use paths safe and open to traffic.[READ|SHARE]
Campus Alerts system gets a test Friday

Campus Alerts system gets a test Friday

The University of Colorado Boulder will test the Campus Alerts system on Friday, Dec. 6, at noon to raise awareness of how the campus community will be notified in case of a campus emergency. The test will include text messages, emails, social media and website announcements. Annual testing of emergency notification systems is required by the Clery Act, a federal law.[READ|SHARE]
CU study: Global warming no hoax in the Eastern  Canadian Arctic

CU study: Global warming no hoax in the Eastern Canadian Arctic

Average summer temperatures in the Eastern Canadian Arctic during the last 100 years are higher now than during any century in the past 44,000 years and perhaps as long ago as 120,000 years, says a new University of Colorado Boulder study.[READ|SHARE]

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