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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
  • Near-record warmth continues through Thursday

    DENVER — Temperatures will soar into the upper 90s and lower 100s across the Front Range on Thursday afternoon. In Denver, the forecast high of 98 degrees will fall just a few degrees short of the record of 101 degrees set in 2005. Conditions will stay mostly sunny with breezy conditions through the afternoon. Slight changes will move in on Friday as temperatures drop back into the lower to mid-90s. Showers will be possible over the mountains and foothills, with […]

  • Hot, dry weather returns to Front Range

    DENVER — Unseasonably warm and dry weather will return to the Front Range on Wednesday afternoon. Highs will top off in the mid-90s, just a few degrees short of the record of 99 degrees set in 1998. Expect an increase in clouds through the day, but dry and breezy conditions will remain, with gusts as high as 20 mph. Thursday’s forecast looks very similar, with a mix of sun and clouds with dry conditions. Temperatures will be a few degrees […]

  • Flood Watches issued for portions of Colorado ahead of soggy, cooler Sunday

    A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for Colorado burn scars, active wildfires, and portions of the foothills through Sunday. Periods of heavy rain will be possible as a cold front passes through the state. In the Denver area, storms are expected to pop up as early as lunchtime and linger throughout the afternoon and evening hours. Heavy rain, lightning, strong wind and even brief hail can be expected across the region today. Due to the extra cloud cover and […]

  • Toasty Saturday before rain, cooler temperatures arrive

    As we head into the upcoming weekend, our forecast will remain split between Saturday and Sunday. Starting today, temperatures will max out in the low 90s, a handful of degrees above average. Expect an increase in clouds during the midday and afternoon hours with mainly dry conditions across the Front Range. The best chance for any pop-up showers remains over the foothills and mountains. A cold front will move through on Sunday, shifting our winds and bringing us some cooler […]

  • Isolated storms, toasty temperatures ahead to end the weekend

    Unseasonably warm temperatures will stay with us through the second half of our weekend, with highs hitting the upper 90s once again this afternoon. Similar to Saturday, a weak boundary will develop across the Denver metro area, sparking up a few showers and thunderstorms during the midday and afternoon hours. Due to fairly dry air at the surface, damaging wind and frequent lightning will be the main concern. A better chance for scattered thunderstorms continues for the high country. Conditions […]

  • Unseasonably warm weekend, mountain showers expected

    DENVER — Thanks to a large area of high pressure sitting over the state, temperatures will soar well above average through the upcoming weekend. Highs Saturday will reach the upper 90s across the Front Range this afternoon, falling just a few degrees shy of the record in Denver. Conditions will stay dry over the Denver metro and eastern plains, but mountain showers can be expected. Where storms form, damaging wind, large hail and frequent lightning will be the main concern. […]

  • Friday forecast looks mainly dry, toasty

    An upper level high pressure system will bring quiet, warmer weather to the region during the upcoming weekend. Temperatures on Friday will return to the low 90s with a partly cloudy sky. An isolated shower or two can’t be ruled out during the afternoon hours, mainly along the Foothills and west metro. Saturday and Sunday both look dry along the Front Range, with isolated showers expected across the central mountains and western slope. In Denver, expect a mixture of sun […]

  • Seasonal temperatures, sunshine ahead for Sunday

    DENVER — Seasonal temperatures will return on Sunday, with highs reaching the upper 80s by the afternoon hours. A pop-up shower can’t be ruled out for the far southern side of the Denver metro and over the Palmer Divide, but majority of the region will stay sunny and cloud-less through the afternoon. Conditions will be breezy throughout the day, with gusts as high as 20-25 miles per hour. Mostly clear and breezy conditions will linger overnight as temperatures drop into […]

  • Saturday’s forecast includes cooler temperatures, scattered thunderstorms

    DENVER — Temperatures will be significantly cooler to start our weekend thanks to plenty of cloud cover, with highs only making it into the mid-70s. A passing cold front will keep winds out of the north through the day, initiating thunderstorms during the midday and afternoon hours. Some storms will be severe, capable of producing damaging wind, large hail and frequent lightning. The best chance for severe weather will be along and east of the I-25 corridor. Storms will clear […]

  • Storms clear out by midnight; warm and dry week ahead

    DENVER — A severe thunderstorm watch remains in effect for southern and eastern Colorado until 9 p.m. Sunday. A few isolated showers can’t be ruled out for the Denver metro area before midnight, but any strong, severe storms will remain on the eastern plains where damaging wind, large hail and frequent lightning will be possible. Conditions will dry out during the overnight hours, with temperatures dropping into the mid-50s to Monday. It will be a dry and warm week, with […]

  • Thunderstorms, cooler temps ahead for Sunday

    DENVER — An overnight cold front will drop temperatures about ten degrees below average for the end of the weekend. Highs will make it into the low 70s with cloudy conditions throughout the midday and afternoon hours. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will also be possible, starting as early as the midday hours in the Denver metro area. The strongest storms will be out on the eastern Plains, where large hail, frequent lightning and damaging wind can be expected. Showers will […]

  • Sunday forecast: cooler temps, thunderstorms across the Front Range

    DENVER — Clouds will continue to build through the evening and overnight hours Saturday as temperatures drop into the mid-50s by Sunday morning. An isolated shower or two can’t be ruled out overnight, with the best chance for rain staying along the eastern Plains and northern Front Range. A passing cold front Saturday night will bring in cooler air and the risk for severe weather Sunday afternoon. Highs will only reach the low 70s with gradually increasing clouds through the […]