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
  • Warm, breezy conditions return to Front Range

    DENVER — Some warmer weather will finally return to the Front Range on Sunday afternoon, with highs jumping back into the low 60s. Expect a mixture of sun and clouds with breezy conditions. A few mountain snow showers can’t be ruled out during the afternoon, but minimal accumulation is expected. It will stay dry, sunny and breezy for Monday as temperatures soar into the low 70s. The average high for this time of year is the low 60s. The next […]

  • Split weekend bring snow on Saturday, 60s by Sunday

    DENVER — Temperatures will stay below average once again this afternoon, with highs topping off in the 30s and 40s across the Front Range. Expect cloud cover to linger as another system moves through the state. Scattered snow showers will be possible during the afternoon and evening hours, lingering overnight. Some snow will continue early on Saturday, with totals ranging from a trace up to 2 inches for the Denver metro area. The biggest impacts will be felt across the […]

  • Scattered snow, wind continue as storm winds down

    DENVER — A Pinpoint Weather Alert Day ended Thursday morning as road conditions improved across the state after an early spring hit Colorado. A blizzard warning for the Denver metro area and the Interstate 25 corridor has been canceled. Expect scattered snow showers to continue throughout the day, with minimal additional accumulation. Temperatures will only make it into the upper 30s and low 40s on Thursday afternoon. Wind will remain strong through the day, with gusts up to 30 mph […]

  • Blizzard conditions expected by Wednesday afternoon: Pinpoint Weather Alert Day

    DENVER — Wednesday and Thursday will be a Pinpoint Weather Alert Day as a strong cold front will bring snow, colder temperatures and damaging winds. Expect snow to start in the mountains on Wednesday morning, with dry conditions in the Denver area about noon. As the front passes through, expect scattered rain showers around the late morning and midday hours, transitioning to snow by the afternoon. Temperatures will drop into the 30s through the afternoon with strong wind gusts up […]

  • Blizzard warning issued for parts of metro Denver, northern Colorado: Pinpoint Weather Alert Day

    DENVER — A storm is set to move into the Denver metro area on Wednesday, replacing 80-degree temperatures with rain, snow, wind and much colder temperatures. This storm will have an impact on roads, air travel and schools. A Pinpoint Weather Alert Day has been issued for Wednesday and Thursday, and the Denver metro area south to the Palmer Divide, northern Colorado, including Greeley and Fort Collins, and the northeastern Plains are under a blizzard warning from Noon Wednesday to […]

  • Warm before the storm: Near-record highs Tuesday, snow by Wednesday

    DENVER — Record high temperatures are possible on Tuesday as temperatures reach the low 80s across the Denver metro area. The record for Denver is 81 degrees set in 1977. Expect an increase in cloud cover with breezy conditions in the afternoon. The last time Denver reached 80 degrees was Oct. 3, 188 days ago. A red flag warning is in effect for eastern Colorado until 8 p.m. as strong winds and dry air will increase wildfire concerns. Changes will […]

  • Active weather week includes near-record highs, snow

    DENVER — Unseasonably warm weather will linger over Colorado for the start of the week thanks to strong area of high pressure. Temperatures will climb into the mid-to-upper 70s across eastern Colorado on Monday afternoon under plenty of sunshine. The record high for Monday is 81 degrees set in 1930. Expect highs to hit the 50s and 60s across the high country with increasing cloud cover and breezy conditions. Tuesday will be warmer, with 80s expected in the Denver metro […]

  • Quiet, warmer weather pattern to end weekend

    DENVER — A spectacular Sunday is ahead across Colorado, with plenty of sunshine and above-average temperatures. Highs will return to the upper 60s on Sunday afternoon with breezy conditions. This quiet, unseasonably warm pattern will continue on Monday and Tuesday. Expect highs to reach the mid-to-upper 70s with a mixture of sun and clouds. The next weather system will arrive on Wednesday, bringing mountain snow first to the high country. This snow will transition to rain along the Interstate 25 […]

  • Unseasonably warm end to the weekend, start of work week

    DENVER – Scattered showers will come to an end this evening, as clouds clear and temperatures drop into the upper 30s by Sunday morning. Expect plenty of sunshine and above average temperatures to end our weekend, with highs soaring into the upper 60s across the Front Range. The unseasonably warm weather will continue both Monday and Tuesday, as highs jump well above average,  hitting the low 70s with plenty of sunshine. A cold front will move in by Wednesday, bringing […]

  • Front Range forecast staying warm, scattered showers for Saturday

    DENVER – Temperatures will remain above average as we kick off our weekend, soaring into the mid-60s this afternoon. Expect extra cloud cover and the chance for rain, primarily during the afternoon and evening hours. Some storms may be strong, producing damaging wind, small hail and very heavy rain. Showers will clear out overnight. Sunday will offer more sunshine and warmer temperatures, with highs jumping back into the mid-60s. Expect light wind and overall enjoyable weather to end the weekend. […]

  • Sunshine, warmer temperatures ahead for start of April

    DENVER — Sunshine will dominate the eastern half of the state on Sunday afternoon as highs jump back into the low 50s. Mountain snow will continue throughout the afternoon, with 2-6 inches possible for the central and southern mountains. Mountain snow and cloud cover will clear out overnight with temperatures dropping into the 20s by Monday morning. The first few days of April are looking quiet and warm, as highs hit the 50s and 60s to kick off the week […]

  • Clouds, snow slowly clearing out to start the weekend

    DENVER — Scattered snow showers will continue to come to an end for the Front Range Saturday morning, with minor accumulation expected. Clouds will linger through the day, with a break or two of sun during the afternoon. Highs will only make it into the low 40s across the Denver metro area. Meanwhile, in the mountains, expect scattered snow to continue throughout the day, with an additional 1-3 inches possible. Clouds will clear out Saturday night as temperatures drop into […]

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