Tag: Severe Weather

Spring Blizzard 2016 Storm Recap

Wednesday’s snowstorm looked to be just another quick hit and run type of storm, dropping maybe 4-8 inches and scooting out very quickly. By late Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning, things began to change very suddenly, model runs coming in at midnight slowed the storm system down, changed the track and cranked forecast snow …

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Snowfall Totals and Storm Update

Latest Look at Snow Totals Around the Area This update is as of 11AM, the snow is coming down pretty fast and furious so these may be higher by now. The storm continues this afternoon and will continue throughout the afternoon but should begin to lighten up by the evening hours. The latest look at the …

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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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Red Flag Warning Issued for Wednesday March 2

Gusty winds and low humidity coupled with the serious lack of moisture the past few weeks will make for critical fire weather conditions on Wednesday. Any fires that start could grow out of control quickly, so any planned burning should be put off until conditions improve. In addition, keep those cigarette butts in the car. Many fires start …

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Severe Weather Outbreak Likely in Southeastern U.S.

Severe Weather Outbreak Likely for Southeastern U.S. Please Warn Your Friends and Family in the Area. The possibility of violent, long track tornadoes is high.   Summary As the storm system responsible for our snow in Colorado moves off the Southeast it will spawn some pretty nasty weather on the front end of the system. …

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