Jessica Lebel joined the Pinpoint Weather team on FOX31 and Colorado’s Own Channel 2 as a meteorologist in March 2017. She is thrilled to in her hometown forecasting for the state of Colorado.

Jessica is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist designated by the American Meteorological Society and you can watch her on FOX31 News on Saturday and Sunday nights, and during the week chasing storms in the Pinpoint Weather Beast.

Jessica grew up in Littleton, Colorado where she experienced a wide variety of weather that sparked her interest in becoming a meteorologist. Growing up on the Front Range, she learned to love the outdoors and appreciate everything that Colorado has to offer.

Before moving back to Denver, Jessica worked as a meteorologist at KKTV 11 News, CBS affiliate, in Colorado Springs. In Colorado Springs, Jessica covered wildfires, blizzards, tornadoes, and severe flooding events. Prior to moving there, Jessica worked as a meteorologist and multimedia journalist in Grand Junction, Colorado at KKCO and KJCT.

Jessica attended the University of Kansas and received a B.S. in Atmospheric Science with an emphasis in News Media Forecasting. While in school, she was the weekend meteorologist at WOW6 News, in Lawrence, Kansas. During her time in Tornado Alley, Jessica fell in love with forecasting severe weather and chased her first tornado on April 8, 2015 in Medicine Lodge, Kansas.

On her days off you can catch Jessica hiking, skiing, playing soccer, and cheering on the KU Jayhawks basketball team (Rockchalk!). Please send her any cool weather photos you take in Colorado. She’d love to see them!

If you want to contact Jessica, email​

Recent Articles
  • Dry weather moves back in Tuesday before next winter storm arrives

    DENVER — Snow showers will push southeast of Denver onto the eastern Plains Monday night. Up to an inch of accumulation is possible on the Plains and Palmer Divide. Accumulation isn’t likely in metro Denver. Drier weather will move in on Tuesday with high temperatures in the upper 40s. Our next storm system will arrive on Wednesday, bringing mountain snow and a 20-percent chance of rain/snow mixed showers on the Front Range. Denver once again will not pick up any […]

  • Snow showers, cooler temperatures move in Monday

    DENVER — After high temperatures in the mid 50s on both Saturday and Sunday, big weather changes are heading towards the Front Range. Temperatures will drop to the 40s on Monday with a chance of rain/snow mixed showers. Early Monday morning will start out dry but shower chances will increase by late morning and into the afternoon. Conditions will dry out by Monday evening. Showers will be very hit and miss on the lower elevations. Some spots might miss out […]

  • Warm Sunday before chance of snow arrives in Denver

    DENVER — It was a great day to spend time outside on the Front Range with high temperatures in the low 50s and sunny skies. Sunday will be another mild day with high temperatures in the mid to upper 50s, partly cloudy skies, and dry conditions. Denver’s mild and dry weather pattern will come to an end on Monday. A storm system will move across Colorado’s mountains early on Monday eventually reaching the Front Range by the afternoon. The showers […]

  • Temperatures cool Thursday with more mountain snow

    DENVER — Colorado’s high country will see more snow showers Wednesday evening, overnight and into Thursday. Thursday will be another dry day on the Front Range. High temperatures will be in the mid-40s with partly cloudy skies. Mountain snowfall will move out late Thursday night. Totals will range from 1 to 5 inches. Temperatures will heat up to the 50s on Friday and stay through the weekend. Colorado’s next storm system will arrive for the beginning of next week. Isolated […]

  • Mild Wednesday on Front Range, mountain snow continues

    DENVER — High temperatures will remain in the low 50s on Wednesday in Denver with mostly sunny skies and dry conditions. Snow will continue in Colorado’s mountains on Wednesday and into Thursday. The storm total from Tuesday night through Thursday will be about 2 to 8 inches of snowfall accumulation. The rest of the week will be quiet and calm in Denver with dry weather and mild temperatures. Temperatures will heat up to the mid- to upper 50s by the […]

  • Forecast: Mountain snow returns Tuesday, cloudy on Front Range

    Cloud cover will increase across Colorado with mountain snow showers developing by early Tuesday morning. Denver and the Front Range will wake up to mostly cloudy skies. It’s possible some spots in the lower elevation see some drizzle early tomorrow but conditions will become dry by late morning. A little bit of sunshine might peak out for some Tuesday afternoon with dry conditions and a high temperature around 49 degrees. Colorado’s mountains will see snow Tuesday and Wednesday and will […]

  • Mild, sunny start to week on Front Range

    DENVER — Temperatures will heat up to the low 50s on Monday in Denver with mostly sunny skies and dry conditions. High temperatures will stay in the 50s for the next few days in Denver. A storm system will move in on Tuesday bringing mountain snowfall Tuesday through Thursday. It’s possible a few showers move over the Front Range and eastern plains late Wednesday and into Thursday but little to no accumulation is expected in the lower elevations. Temperatures cool […]

  • Dry, sunny Sunday; Chance for mid-week snow

    [ DENVER — Temperatures will heat up to the mid 40s on Sunday in Denver with mostly sunny skies and dry conditions. All of Colorado will stay dry Sunday with mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will heat to the 50s Monday through Wednesday in Denver. The next storm system to arrive in Colorado will move in on Wednesday and Thursday. This will bring the mountains several inches of snow with only a 20 percent chance for a few showers on the […]

  • Gusty winds, mountain snow bring impacts Thursday, Friday

    DENVER — Wind will become stronger Wednesday night along the foothills and the Palmer Divide. Temperatures will cool to the mid-40s tomorrow in Denver with clouds building throughout the day. Winds will be breezy to gusty with dry conditions. Another round of mountain snow showers will move through Thursday and Friday. Winds will gust up to 75 mph in the mountains on Friday and up to 60 mph on the Front Range and eastern Plains. Snow totals by Friday night […]

  • Mild remainder of week in Denver; multiple rounds of snow for mountains

    DENVER — The northern and central mountains will see light snow showers build in Tuesday night, ending by mid-morning Wednesday. Accumulation will range from a trace up to 3 inches. Denver and the Front Range will stay dry on Wednesday with temperatures reaching the upper 40s and low 50s. Winds will be breezy in the afternoon with mostly sunny skies. Colorado’s mountains will see a round of snow Tuesday night into Wednesday morning with another round Thursday into Friday. Snowfall […]

  • Mild Tuesday in lower elevations, more mountain snow on the way

    DENVER — The mountains have seen scattered snow showers the past few days and more is on the way for the rest of the week. Here is a look at some of the 24-hour snowfall totals at local ski resorts: Fresh snow in Colorado's mountains! Here's a look at the 24 hour totals for some of our local ski resorts. More snow is on the way the next few days! #cowx — Jessica Lebel (@JessicaLebelWX) January 13, 2020 Denver […]

  • Mountain snow Monday, seasonal and dry on Front Range

    DENVER — Monday will be another dry day in Denver and on the Front Range. Temperatures will climb to the mid 40s in the afternoon with mostly sunny skies. While the Front Range is dry, snow will be falling in the mountains. Snowfall totals will be up to ten inches in some spots. Roads could become slick and icy through Monday night. Another round of snow will move into the mountains late Tuesday into Wednesday. Avalanche danger will remain high. […]

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