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Christine Rapp joined the FOX31 and Colorado’s Own Channel 2 team as a Pinpoint Weather meteorologist and reporter in November 2017. She is thrilled to be back in the Centennial State!

Christine grew up outside of Chicago, Illinois and earned her degree in Atmospheric Science from the University of Missouri. While in school, she worked at Columbia’s NBC-affiliate, KOMU-TV, as a weekend forecaster.

After graduating, Christine worked as a Morning Meteorologist at KKTV in Colorado Springs, Colorado. From the Black Forest Wildfire, snowstorms, flash flooding in Manitou Springs, to tornadoes on the Eastern Plains, Christine covered it all during her two and a half years in the Springs.

From there, she worked as a Digital Meteorologist at WSOC-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina. But after two years of covering hurricanes, she was ready to come back to Colorado!

Christine is a member of the National Weather Association and American Meteorological Society. She is also a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist with the AMS.

Outside of work, Christine enjoys skiing and hiking, storm chasing, and following her favorite Chicago sports teams. Christine and her husband also have a Miniature Schnauzer, Thunder, who loves exploring different dog parks and trails around the area.

You can send Christine an email at Christine.Rapp@KDVR.com.


Recent Articles
  • Heavy snow moves into Denver metro area; warnings, advisories in effect

    DENVER — Heavy snow moved into the Denver metro area and along the Front Range on Sunday morning. A winter storm warning will remain in effect for the metro area until 5 p.m. A blizzard warning remains in effect for the eastern Plains until midnight. A winter weather advisory remains in effect for the mountains and southeastern Plains through Sunday afternoon. Most neighborhoods along the Front Range saw 1-3 inches of snow on the ground by 6:30 a.m., with heavy […]

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    Weekend storm to bring 4-8″ of snow to metro Denver

    DENVER — A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for the Denver metro area and northeast plains until 5 p.m. Sunday. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the mountains until 2 p.m. Sunday. Clouds will continue to build across the Front Range throughout the day on Saturday. Highs will max out in the lower 50s with breezy conditions. Meanwhile, across the western half of the state, snow showers will continue during the afternoon and evening hours. By midnight, expect […]

  • Thousands gather for Women’s March, rally in downtown Denver

    DENVER — Thousands of people gathered in downtown Denver Saturday morning for the Women’s March and rally. The same thing happened in cities across the country. Streets and sidewalks are expected to be packed with women, men and children as part of the Women’s March. Last year, more than 100,000 people took over Civic Center Park the day after President Donald Trump was inaugurated. Saturday marks one year since Trump took office. Organizers estimate the amount of people participating this […]

  • Snowpack totals at lowest levels in state in more than 3 decades

    DENVER — Despite snow in the mountains on Wednesday, a report about the current condition of the snowpack across Colorado has many worried fire danger could be around the corner. About 2-3 inches fell in the second passing storm to bring some well-needed snow in the past week, but more is needed. The Natural Resources Conservation Service indicates the start of the 2018 water year has been one of the driest on record for Colorado. Snowpack totals throughout the state […]

  • Numerous trees cut down as part of City Park Golf Course flood mitigation project

    DENVER — Some of the hundreds of trees being removed from City Park Golf Course as part of a flooding mitigation project have been cut down. The golf course closed late last year and work has started on removing more than 200 trees. Multiple trees are on the ground across the course. According to Denver Public Works, about 100 trees have been cut. Most have been cut down whole so they can be repurposed and recycled. In October, a group […]

  • Mountain snow showers moving in, few flurries for Denver Saturday night

    DENVER — Snow showers will continue throughout the evening and overnight hours for the Mountains. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the high country through Sunday morning, with anywhere from 3-8 inches of snow will be possible. Meanwhile in Denver, after a mild day on Saturday, temperatures will steadily drop into the upper 20s to start the day on Sunday. A few flurries will be possible for the Denver metro area and Front Range through the morning hours, […]

  • East Coast storm causes flight cancellations at DIA

    DENVER — As a strong winter storm continues to push up the East Coast, it has caused headaches for some travelers at Denver International Airport. The blizzard-like conditions have led to the cancellation of thousands of flights at major airports. More than 90 percent of flights at LaGuardia Airport, more than 70 percent of flights at Newark Liberty International Airport and more than 20 percent of flights at John F. Kennedy International Airport were canceled because of the weather. The […]

  • Sunny and mild conditions persist in Denver, along Front Range

    DENVER — As the Southeast and East Coast prepare for a major winter storm, a warming trend will continue across Denver and the Front Range on Wednesday. The warm and dry weather will continue through Saturday. Highs on Wednesday will be in the upper 40s to low 50s with plenty of sunshine. Light winds can be expected throughout the day. Highs will reach the low to mid-50s on Thursday and Friday as sunshine and quiet conditions continue. There could be […]

  • Candlelight vigil to be held for fallen Douglas County sheriff’s deputy

    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — Flowers and cards from the community continue to come in to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office station in Highlands Ranch after Sunday morning’s ambush left one deputy dead, and three deputies, one police officer and two civilians wounded. The four law enforcement members who were wounded — deputies Michael Doyle, Jeff Pelle and Taylor Davis, and SWAT officer Thomas O’Donnell with the Castle Rock Police Department — remain in stable condition. Deputy Zackari Parrish, 29, died […]

  • Avalanche danger high in the mountains after snowstorms

    SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. — Avalanche danger has climbed to a high level in the Colorado mountains after a Christmas weekend snowstorm. The Colorado Avalanche Information Center says very dangerous conditions exist in all areas above tree line – especially around the Vail area, as well as Summit and Grand counties. The snow pack is weak after an extended period of dry conditions and warm weather followed by the powerful storms that slammed into Colorado over the last few days. The […]

  • It’s beginning to look at lot like Christmas at the USPS

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. — We are just ten days away from Christmas which also means the United States Postal Service is in the midst of a shipping frenzy. FOX31’s Christine Rapp went to Lakewood for a look behind the scenes and some important dates you’ll want to mark on your calendar.  

  • High pressure keeps Colorado quiet, warm and sunny

    DENVER — A mainly clear sky will continue throughout the Saturday night hours, allowing temperatures to drop into the teens and 20s. Sunday will bring plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures to end our weekend. Expect highs to reach the low 60s through the afternoon hours with a light breeze. High pressure will remain over much of the western U.S., keeping Colorado quiet through the upcoming work week. In Denver, highs will stay in the 50s and 60s throughout the […]