Chuck Clark, Colorado, Brooks Garner discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz


Away. Who's ready away? 50 a. M. 94 1 of ham and an I heart radio. Oh, wait. We need radio time. 8 31. It is Colorado's morning news. April morning with you, Fox 31 pinpoint whether it is 32 right now, I'm not gonna get much warmer today, maybe upper thirties. But the big story today is the wind Our top story. In fact, the wind howling today across the eastern half of our state. Well, we don't have any weather advisories in the Metro Denver area. Yet there is a high wind warning in effect for the surrounding areas. Next 31 meteorologist Brooks Garner. We've got a mix of the jet stream roaring overhead and an upper level low pressure system. Developing to our east as a result of the orientation of that jet stream, so there's lots of energy in the atmosphere in lots of wind will be the result. Gusts of about 100 miles an hour are possible in the higher elevations. DEA clocked winds at about 60 miles an hour overnight. It's also creating some dangerous travel conditions as you can imagine, in spots K away News Radio's Chuck Clark has outside of the story. April overnight, There were some eyes being blown over by high winds on I 25 year, Wyoming and on I 76 but see, that's Mark Hoffman said. Right now. Relatively calm from the Continental divide all the way out to the state lines. It's still fairly windy and gusty, consistently, but the really strong winds that we were feeling yesterday evening and overnight those 60 plus mile an hour wind, those have subsided a little bit April mention those higher elevations. A 116 mile an hour wind gust was recorded just after 2 A.m. a pit Breckenridge ski area. Chuck Clark a away NewsRadio. Thank you check. It's a 32 here on Colorado's morning news. President Trump becomes the first commander in chief to be impeached. Twice.

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