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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
  • Warm, quiet week ahead with one shot at snow

    DENVER — The workweek will start off on a bright note as sunshine dominates the state. Highs on Monday will soar into the mid-50s with light wind. Cloud cover will start to increase by Tuesday afternoon with highs still staying in the low 50s, about 5 to 10 degrees above average. By Wednesday, a cold front will start to move into the western half of the state, bringing a chance for a few snow showers in the mountains and Western […]

  • Seasonal, sunny Sunday ahead in the Mile High City

    DENVER — Temperatures will stay above average as we end our weekend, maxing out in the mid-40s by the afternoon hours. Expect a mix of sun and clouds across the state with light wind. The quiet, relatively warmer weather will continue heading into the work week, as highs hit the low 50s on Monday and Tuesday. The sunny skies will continue thanks to a large area of high pressure. Changes will start to move into the state by Wednesday, as […]

  • Weekend warm up, sunshine continues across the Front Range

    DENVER — Seasonal temperatures will return this weekend, as sunshine dominates the Front Range. Expect highs to reach the upper 40s on Saturday with light wind and a mix of sun and clouds. A few mountain showers can be expected throughout the afternoon and evening hours, with accumulation staying under two inches. Temperatures on Sunday will be about the same, reaching the mid-40s by the afternoon hours. This quiet weather pattern will remain as we head into the work week, […]

  • Officials continue to warn: Don’t feed the wildlife

    DENVER — Colorado Parks and Wildlife continues to remind people that feeding wildlife is illegal. To further enforce the law, Colorado Springs recently passed a city ordinance that increases the fine to $500 for anyone caught doing so. Wildlife officials say the best thing to do if deer, elk or smaller animals are seen is to let them get comfortable in yards, shoo them away or use an air horn. “I think a lot of people may mean well when […]

  • Unseasonably cool Sunday with afternoon snow showers

    DENVER — Temperatures will be significantly cooler as we end our weekend, with highs on Sunday only making it into the mid-30s as highs. Expect morning sunshine, with clouds building throughout the midday and afternoon hours. A few scattered snow showers will develop across the Front Range during the afternoon and evening hours, but not everyone will see the fresh powder. Where snow does occur, expect minor accumulation of under an inch for the Denver metro area. Scattered snow showers […]

  • Cool and windy Saturday, snow by Sunday

    DENVER — Seasonal temperatures will remain for Saturday, as highs reach the mid-40s by the afternoon hours. Strong wind gusts will be possible across the Front Range, with gusts up to 40 mph. Expect a gradual increase in cloud cover across the state, with snow showers possible for both the mountains and far northeastern Plains, where a Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect. Cloudy conditions will remain overnight as temperatures drop into the low 20s. A few flurries can’t be […]

  • Federal agency puts RTD on notice, threatens shutdown of A Line

    DENVER — The A Line commuter train to and from Denver International Airport could be shut down if RTD doesn’t come up with a plan to fix its warning systems, according to a letter from the Federal Railroad Administration. The FRA wrote that it continues to have issues with the safety of the A Line warning system. The federal agency gave RTD a Dec. 14 deadline for the transit agency to turn in a corrective action plan. If not, the FRA […]

  • CDOT increasing pay, offering incentives to attract more than 100 snowplow drivers

    DENVER — The Colorado Department of Transportation said it is in need of more than 100 snowplow drivers and highway maintenance workers for the upcoming winter season. There is a shortage of drivers who have a commercial driver’s license and it’s impacting how many people CDOT has to maintain roads across the state. On Tuesday, CDOT said it is offering incentives to get some new employees in the door. Pay has been increased from $19 an hour to $22 an […]

  • Sunshine returns for Sunday with unseasonably cool highs

    DENVER — The strong cold front that brought us rain, snow and strong wind will continue to push east as we head throughout the day. Sunday will offer sunshine, less wind, but significantly cooler temperatures as highs only make it into the low 40s this afternoon. A few lingering snow showers will be possible for the highest west-facing peaks. Travel will still be difficult in spots, both in the mountains and eastern plains. Expect wind gusts to stay under 25 […]

  • Storm brings mountain snow, strong winds across Front Range

    DENVER — A strong cold front arrived in Colorado on Saturday, bringing with it strong wind gusts, a significant drop in temperatures and periods of snow. Saturday is a Pinpoint Weather Alert Day in Colorado. A High Wind Warning is in effect for the I-25 corridor and eastern plains until 2 a.m. Sunday as wind gusts up to 65 miles per hour will be possible. This will make travel difficult, especially along I-25, I-70 and I-76. A Winter Storm Warning and […]

  • Warm, quiet weather pattern returns to Colorado

    DENVER — The snow and freezing drizzle from Saturday have cleared out of the state, but patches of freezing fog have developed to start our Sunday. Expect foggy conditions through the mid-morning hours, with sunshine returning by the afternoon. Temperatures will steadily climb into the mid-40s as highs. The upcoming work week will stay primarily quiet and warmer thanks to a large area of high pressure. Highs will hit the upper 40s Monday, returning to the upper 50s Tuesday, Wednesday, […]

  • Cold, light snow and icy roads develop in metro Denver: Pinpoint Weather Alert Day

    DENVER — A Pinpoint Weather Alert Day is in effect for Saturday, as periods of freezing drizzle and snow take place throughout the afternoon. Temperatures dropped into the 20s and roads turned icy in a few places around metro Denver. Several crashes were reported Saturday afternoon. As our temperatures steadily dropped into the 20s, the morning’s freezing drizzle transitioned over to snow by the midday and afternoon hours. Snow showers may be heavy at times, but we are only forecasting […]