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You can catch meteorologist Jennifer Broome on Good Day Colorado weekdays from 5 to 9 a.m. She also travels the state for her Explore Colorado segments that air at 5:50 a.m. and 8:15 a.m. on Thursdays.

Jennifer joined FOX31 Denver in 2010 from WOAI in San Antonio, Texas, where she was chief meteorologist for almost 10 years. Jennifer has also worked at WBIR in Knoxville, Tennessee and WPDE in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

She has a certification in Broadcast Meteorology and a B.S. in Geoscience with an emphasis in Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University. Jennifer also graduated cum laude from the South Carolina Honors College at the University of South Carolina with a B.A. in Journalism.

Born in Greenville, South Carolina, Jennifer has traveled extensively across the United States and internationally. Her goal is to visit all fifty states and all seven continents.

She also hosts her own travel website Swept Away with Jennifer Broome.

She has an adventurous spirit. Jennifer has done such things as skiing with Olympians, skydiving with the Army Golden Knights and flying in an F-16 with the Air Force Thunderbirds. On that once in a lifetime flight, she pulled 9 G’s (G force) twice and even hit 9.3 G’s.

Jennifer is a firm believer in giving back and has served on numerous boards for organizations, including Susan G. Komen Foundation, Junior League, and many others. She is active in many fundraisers and serves as emcee for events. She also loves speaking to children about her love of weather, science and travel.

Jennifer is a runner, skier, and cyclist, and she loves the outdoors.

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    Explore Colorado: Forgotten Valley

    DENVER — Forgotten Valley is in the heart of Golden Gate Canyon State Park.  It’s an ultra family friendly hike to an old Swedish-American homestead.  Take along a picnic.  Enjoy a little time in one of the porch swings.  There’s trout in the pond so take along your fishing gear too. If you take the Burro Trail to Mountain Lion Trail route to Forgotten Valley it is 1.3 miles, for a round trip hike of 2.6 miles.  The City Lights […]

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    Explore Colorado: Four Seasons Vail

    VAIL, Colo. — Four Seasons Vail is the place for a fall getaway, five-star luxury style. You can also get a great rate with the 40% off getaway package. They are running the special Vail getaway package for stays through December 21, if you are already looking ahead to early ski season. You do not have to be a guest of the resort to enjoy the spa, breakfast or dinner at Flame, or lunch, après, or dinner at The Remedy […]

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    Explore Colorado: Steamboat Luxe

    STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. — When you think of Steamboat Springs, you probably think Ski Town USA or Cowboy Town, but you might not necessarily think luxury.  From the ultimate authentic western experience with Saddleback Ranch to Moving Mountains amazing catered ski chalets, you can enjoy the luxe life in Steamboat. With shops like Kali’s Boutique and restaurants like Creekside Café and Aurum Food & Wine, you might be surprised at the elevated shopping and dining experience has to offer.

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    Explore Colorado: Vail Farmers Market and Art Show

    VAIL, Colo. — The Vail Farmers Market and Art Show is one of the largest markets in the mountains.  Every Sunday, there are more than 135 tents with everything from food to handcrafted leather goods. The market opens every year on Father’s Day and runs through early October.  Closing Sunday this year is Oct. 4.  

  • Explore Colorado: Galloping Goose Mountain Bike Tour

    TELLURIDE, Colo. — It’s a bike ride along a historic train route. Plus it’s family friendly and the scenery is phenomenal. Galloping Goose Mountain Bike Tour is a half-day adventure with Bootdoctors in Telluride. It a great ride for the novice to advanced level mountain biker. The tour is fully supported. There’s a snack stop at Trout Lake. If kids don’t want to do the short road portion of the tour, they can ride in a van. There are historic […]

  • Explore Colorado: Gardening tips from The Little Nell

    ASPEN, Colo. — The Little Nell in Aspen is one of the top hotels in the world and the gardens live up to its five-star status.  Arabella Beavers is head gardener at The Little Nell.  She is a third generation English gardener. She is also a gardening guru to the rich and famous.  Her clients include luxury hotels and celebrities.  She has a ton of tips to help you keep your garden in tip-top shape.

  • Explore Colorado: Climbing the mountain depicted on Coors cans

    TELLURIDE, Colo. — The iconic peak on the Coors label is a real mountain. That mountain is Wilson Peak near Telluride. The hike to the top of the 14,017-foot peak is tough. It is 10 miles round trip from the Rock of Ages Trailhead. There are Class 3 and Class 4 scramble spots from the false summit to the real summit. Hotel Telluride offers a “Crack-A-Coors” package including hotel stay, gourmet lunch for the hike, post-hike massage and a professional […]

  • Explore Colorado: Sutcliffe Vineyards

    CORTEZ, Colo. — Sutcliffe Vineyards is the closest winery to the Four Corners.  It is deep in McElmo Canyon.  They are producing wines that are 100 percent from grapes grown in Colorado. They are having success with lesser known varietals like Cinsaut and with better known varietals like Chardonnay. You can find Sutcliffe wines in restaurants, hotels and wine shops throughout the state.  Their biggest event of the year is their Harvest Dinner on September 14. To learn more information about Sutcliffe […]

  • Denver hits 81 degrees Monday, earliest high in 80s on record

    DENVER — A record high temperature was set in Denver for a second consecutive day Monday — and it happened to be the earliest reading in the 80s since they started keeping records. Denver climbed to 81 degrees late Monday afternoon, shattering the previous record of 75 degrees set in 2012. On Sunday, Denver recorded a record high of 79 degrees, breaking the previous mark of 76 degrees set in 2013. A red flag warning is up for parts of […]

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    Pile-ups close I-70, roads treacherous throughout region, flights canceled

    DENVER —  The Colorado department of Transportation closed I-70 in both directions from C-470 in west metro Denver all the way to Idaho Springs. The closure was due to multiple accidents. CDOT warned drivers to expect long delays. There was no estimate on when the highway would reopen as of 9:30 p.m. CDOT said late Wednesday that dozens of vehicles, possibly as many as 50, were either crashed or stranded along the highway. Earlier, a 20 car pile-up closed I-70 Eastbound […]

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    Snowstorm heading toward Front Range; accumulation totals could vary wildly

    DENVER — A winter weather system will move into the Denver metro area on Wednesday, bringing with it cold temperatures and snowfall accumulation totals that will vary depending on location. Interstate 25 appears to be the dividing line between the lighter accumulations and the really heavy amounts of snow. A few light rain showers are possible early in the afternoon, but by 3 p.m. to 4 p.m., it should be all snow, with the heaviest rates of 1-2 inches per […]

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    Roads dry out as storm moves out of metro area

    DENVER — Rain and snow have moved out of the Denver metro area and roads are drying out Wednesday morning. Most of the precipitation wound down by 7 a.m., moving north to south, and skies are beginning to clear. Most of the snow accumulated in the southern suburbs and foothills -– mainly from Castle Rock to Evergreen. RELATED: Traffic conditions Roads were mostly just wet in downtown Denver, but farther south, more snow accumulated on the roads, making for slushy […]