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Meteorologist — 7 News Denver
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I stand under the rain so you don't have to / Denver's only certified meteorologist born and raised in the metro area / 7NEWS #meteorologist / Proud KU #Jayhawk

El Paso County residents suffer from the fires, then floods, and still seek help to repair property

thedenverchannel.com — CASCADE, Colo - Many of us have moved on from the floods and fires from the past few years. Yet, so many are reminded of those disasters daily and are still trying to get help. There is a group of residents in El Paso County that live below the Waldo Canyon burn scar.
Aug 31, 2015

El Paso County residents suffer from the fires, then floods, & still seek help to repair property shar.es/1v6eVD via @DenverChannel

Aug 31, 2015

RT @CRepp7News: Imagine this is your driveway. Gonna be a tough winter for these Cascade residents shar.es/1v6wAd #Waldo #CO pic.twitter.com/V0sv3cDgfD

The State of the Atmosphere: Sunday, August 30, 2015

weather5280.com — As I sit to write this week's SOTA I can't believe August is already coming to an end. I just tried to make plans with the family for Halloween! Let's hope the weather pattern gets a bit more active between now and then. In the short-term there isn't a lot of change coming.

At Hydro Hops Farm, farmers aim to produce something unique for Colorado brewers

thedenverchannel.com — WELD COUNTY, Colo. - Drinking one of Colorado's many brews is an experience on its own. But whether you're enjoying a game, socializing with friends or just relaxing at home, Colorado brewers, and farmers strive day-to-day to improve the product and give customers a better experience.

A Closer look at What El Niño Means for Rain and Snow in Colorado

weather5280.com — There has been a great deal of interest in El Niño recently, following multiple authoritative statements that it is on track to be " a significant event". This conjures up memories of 1997, which was a significant year for El Niño.

Even nervous fliers should have comfort in pilot skill and quality of weather data

thedenverchannel.com — DENVER - Every flight will encounter weather of some form, but it's very rare for one to hit hail while en route. The pilots of Delta's flight 1889 that hit hail in Nebraska, breaking the windscreens and nose cone, certainly have a rare tale to tell.
Aug 13, 2015

Even nervous fliers should have comfort in pilot skill and quality of weather data shar.es/1tZjTV via @DenverChannel

Unique fire mitigation effort hopes to limit loss from wildfires and protect homes like never before

thedenverchannel.com — DENVER - Thousands of USAA members received an email about a program that includes, in a sense, a private firefighting force to protect properties before, during, and after a wildfire. 7News wanted to dig a little deeper in this one of a kind program.
Aug 06, 2015

Unique fire mitigation effort hopes to limit loss from wildfires and protect homes like never before shar.es/1tsojj

Aug 07, 2015

Unique fire mitigation effort hopes to limit loss from wildfires and protect homes like never before shar.es/1ttLcn

Perseid meteor shower should not disappoint this year

thedenverchannel.com — DENVER - If you were to ask someone to name just one meteor shower, you are likely to hear "Perseids" as a popular response. That's because this one can produce some easy to see meteors and this year's view should be great for Colorado, weather permitting of course.

See the ISS fly over again Sunday night, weather permitting

thedenverchannel.com — DENVER - The International Space Station (ISS) will fly over the state again tonight. It's a spectacular sight to see -- a bright object quickly moving across the sky. The ISS is orbiting at 249 miles from the Earth's surface at a speed of more than 17,000 miles per hour.
Aug 02, 2015

See the ISS fly over again Sunday night, weather permitting shar.es/1t0l56 via @DenverChannel

See the I.S.S. fly over this evening

thedenverchannel.com — DENVER - The International Space Station (ISS) will fly over the state again tonight. It's a spectacular sight to see that bright object quickly moving across the sky. The ISS is orbiting at 249 miles from the Earth's surface at a speed of more than 17,000 miles per hour.

Drier weather brings elevated fire danger for grassy areas

thedenverchannel.com — DENVER - The state and region are entering into a drier period of weather, and with that comes heightened awareness of fire conditions. 2015 has been a somewhat ironic fire year.
Jul 29, 2015

Drier weather brings elevated fire danger for grassy areas shar.es/1sRlvS via @DenverChannel

Jul 30, 2015

Have a lot of tall grasses near you? Better mitigate now in response to increased fire danger shar.es/1sRAkB via @DenverChannel

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Sep 03, 2015

@RandolphNews1 High pressure is a typical rain blocker. The west side of a high may pull rain up in this case.

Sep 02, 2015

What's Denver's Weather Like in September? Climate Normals and Extremes weather5280.com/blog/2015/09/0…

Sep 02, 2015

Weak storms near Devils Head where the helicopter crashed not long ago. @denverchannel pic.twitter.com/0BNHy6LctK


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