Category: Travel Impacts

Storm Arrives Early – Snow Totals Adjustments – 10/29/2019

Watches/Warnings/Advisories ***Winter Storm Warning*** In effect from Tuesday October 29, 2019 6AM – Wednesday October 30, 2019 12PM URGENT – WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE National Weather Service Denver CO 405 AM MDT Tue Oct 29 2019 …SNOW AND COLD TODAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING… .A storm system will drop south out of the Northern Rockies and will …

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Round 2 on the Way! 10/29-10/30 Storm Forecast

Watches/Warnings/Advisories ***Winter Storm Warning*** In effect from Tuesday October 29, 2019 6AM – Wednesday October 30, 2019 12PM Boulder and the western suburbs of Denver-Denver-Castle Rock- Greeley-Fort Morgan-Byers-Limon-Akron- Including the cities of Arvada, Boulder, Golden, Lakewood, Longmont, Aurora, Brighton, City of Denver, Denver International Airport, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Parker, Castle Rock, Elbert, Fondis, Kiowa, Larkspur, …

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10/27-10/28/2019 Storm Update – Cold and Snow on the Way!

A very active storm system is moving into the area starting with a series of cold fronts tonight (Saturday) that will begin to drop temperature significantly overnight and into Sunday. Highs for many areas along the Palmer Divide will be in the 20’s for Sunday. Quite the change from today’s 60’s and 70’s! There have …

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10/23-10/23/2019 Front Range Storm Recap

General Recap A pretty decent storm for this time of year. There wasn’t a ton of cold air to work with, which is probably why Denver and points North and East didn’t see a ton of accumulation. Not only that, but Northeasterly flow can create downsloping and dry out the air off of the Cheyenne …

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Storm Update – Palmer Divide/ Foothills Still Highest Snow Accum.

Busy day ahead from a weather standpoint. A lot of watches have been upgraded in one form or another, Denver is now included in a Winter Weather Advisory for travel conditions tonight and a Winter Storm Watch remains for the Colorado Springs area. The good news is, we are starting to get decent agreement between …

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Afternoon Storm Update for Weds PM / Thurs AM Storm

Rapidly evolving forecast when it comes to this storm, here’s the latest based on this afternoon’s data and model runs. Watches/Warnings/Advisories Winter Storm Watch In effect Wednesday evening 6PM through Thursday Noon. The Southern Front Range Foothills-Castle Rock- Including the cities of Bailey, Central City, Evergreen, Georgetown, Idaho Springs, Westcreek, Castle Rock, Elbert, Fondis, Kiowa, …

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Midweek Storm Looks Interesting…

A strong and fast moving storm will make its way through Colorado this week. What’s interesting is some of the snow totals some models are spitting out vs. the fact that storms with this track and speed rarely amount to big snowfall for parts of the front range. Not only that, but models are still …

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High Winds, Little Moisture for Palmer Divide This Weekend – 10/19/2019

An active, fall-like weather pattern is setting up for Colorado this weekend. Some areas will see heavy snow and strong winds, while others will stay  mainly dry. The strong winds will be common for a lot of areas across Colorado and the Palmer Divide will be no exception. Unfortunately for us, this means we have …

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Late Week Storm Update – 10/07/2019

Our late week storm system is becoming a bit more clear but we still have some unanswered questions that we should get answers to in the next 24 hours or so. Some of the longer and mid range models have shown some consistentenchy but we are still a bit further away before some of the …

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Powerful Spring Storm May Throw Curve-balls! – Here’s the Latest – 5/20/2019

This storm is going to surprise a lot of folks… a powerful spring storm system is moving through Colorado and the central and southern plains. Colorado will see ample amounts of moisture and for some areas that may mean decent snow accumulation, while the SE corner will see heavy rain and potentially severe storms.   …

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