On Thursday, the National Weather Service issued a National Emergency Status Alert (NESA) for the Boulder area for the following:* Boulder Area: The following weather conditions will result in an active shooter situation: Wind chill will reach -9 degrees F (minus 40 degrees C) with wind gusts of 50 mph to 70 mph (about 80 mph to 100 kph)* Moderate wind chills (not exceeding -4 degrees F) will occur in the Boulder Area from Wednesday through Thursday* High wind chill (above -4 degree F) and a tornado warning will be issued for portions of the Boulder Valley from Thursday morning through Friday evening* High winds and hail are possible for portions the Boulder Mountains and Boulder City.* Heavy rainfall is possible in Boulder and surrounding areas for the next few days.* A tornado warning is in effect for the entire Boulder area from Wednesday until Friday evening, and a Tornado Watch is in place for portions within the Boulder City area from Friday through Sunday.* Tornado warnings will remain in effect until the weather conditions in Boulder can be normalized.* An active shooter alert is in force for the Denver area from Tuesday through Friday night.* The following events are considered potential active shooter activity:* Heavy rain and/or flash flooding is possible throughout Boulder and Boulder County throughout the day and into the evening of Wednesday, March 11.* High temperatures of 85 to 95 degrees F will occur for the majority of the day.* Winds gusts over 60 mph (100 kph), gusts exceeding 50 mph (80 kph and/orgasmic) will likely occur for parts of the Colorado Rockies and the Boulder Region throughout the night.
Weather Conditions: Boulder-area temperature: 82°F (39°C)Wednesday, March 12Weather Conditions for Boulder:Wind chills will reach 15 to 25 mph (35 to 45 kph).* Wind gusts to 70 to 90 mph (120 to 170 kph, depending on location)will occur in Boulder County and parts of Boulder County for portions from Wednesday night through Friday morning.* Heavy rainfall will occur over parts of northern and western Boulder County, including Boulder City, from Wednesday morning through Thursday morning.* Extreme weather conditions are expected for parts the Boulder-Colorado City area.* In Boulder County: A tornado watch is in full effect from Wednesday evening through Friday afternoon.