Tag: Blizzard

March 2016 Blizzard in Full Effect

If you were up late enough last night for my 1AM post you noticed I started using the ‘B’ word in my posts. I’m usually cautious to start calling storms full-fledged blizzards, but that is exactly what we are now looking at. The computer models were sluggish with upping snow totals all day yesterday and …

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Blizzard Update as of 1AM

For the night owls still up, I have a quick update on the latest status of the storm set to impact the front range of Colorado. For everyone else, no worries as I’ll have another update Wednesday morning. The Latest In a nutshell, models across the entire spectrum have significantly increased snowfall accumulations. I am …

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Tracking Our Next Storm; Unsettled Week Ahead

Last week’s snowstorm brought some beneficial moisture to the front range and it looks like we are on track to possible get more as we look to an unsettled week ahead. We are tracking two storm systems this week, one late Tuesday into Wednesday and another sometime next weekend. As expected for this time of the …

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**Winter Storm Watch Issued**

The National Weather Service in Denver has issued a Winter Storm Watch for much of Colorado including areas South of Denver, along the Palmer Divide and for Castle Rock proper. The watch means conditions are favorable for a storm that could make travel conditions difficult. The watch runs from midnight Monday through about noon on …

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Next Week’s Winter Storm Update

The latest model runs from this morning have shifted our snowfall totals down for the period next week. Most were showing a healthy dose of snow at or over a foot yesterday, most are generally in the 6-12 inch range this morning. There are a couple of factors that seem to support this: Models across …

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Large Winter Storm Likely to Affect Western U.S.

Models across the board are in agreement on a large winter storm set to move into the Western U.S. I will admit, it is unusual to see them all pretty close to each other this far out from a storm, however it does happen from time to time. At this time, our confidence is high …

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