Denver Snow
Denver's biggest snow storm hit 106 years ago today
Every once in a while it snows a lot in Denver, and on rare occasions, it absolutely gets buried. Denver and areas of the Front Range to the mountains were buried in snowfall 106 years ago. Between December 1 and 5, 1913, Denver received 45.7 inches of snow. Even after more than one hundred years, it remains Denver's largest single snowfall event. The next closest was the blizzard of 2003 when 31.8" of snow was recorded at Denver International Airport, nearly 14 fewer inches than in 1913. Sour
Colorado Weather
Significant snowfall hits Denver and Colorado's Front Range, additional snow to come
A major snowfall for some areas and significant for others brings the Front Range to a near halt Tuesday morning as snow continues. Here are some preliminary totals through 10 am Tuesday, which will climb higher in some cases. 09:00 am MST - 11/26/2019 3 NNE DRAKE, CO 33 07:30 am MST - 11/26/2019 4 ENE RED FEATHER LAKES, CO 32 07:00 am MST - 11/26/2019 11 SE ESTES PARK, CO 31.7 06:45 am MST - 11/26/2019 4 WSW DRAKE, CO 29 08:47 am MST - 11/26/2019 1 N GENESEE, CO 24.5 07:00 am MST - 11/26/2019
AM Update
Wednesday Am Update: Heavy Snow to Denver's East; Snow Showers, Gusty Winds in the City
We've been begrudgingly keeping an eye on the weather since our last update, just in case anything might change. For Front Range snow lovers, it appears nothing will. Heavy snow and wind will make travel treacherous across the far eastern plains later today, tonight, and Thursday, but for those living along the I-25 urban corridor it looks like yet another non-event in a long list of non-events. Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories extend from northeast New Mexico through the Dakotas and Minnes
Denver Forecast
Wednesday PM Update: Heavy Mountain Snow On Way
Heavy snowfall, more than 3 feet in some places, is headed to Colorado's mountains by Sunday. The activity actually starts Thanksgiving with the arrival of our next system. That system is sitting over the Western US tonight, set to arrive tomorrow. Let's take a look at each day's precipitation totals. This first image is the total from 5 pm Wednesday to 5 pm Thanksgiving. The second is 5 pm Thanksgiving to 5 pm Friday, and so on through Sunday evening. You can see the biggest day for actio
Thursday PM Update: Weekend Starts Mild, Ends Cold
Friday 10/12/2018 update: Weekend Snowfall Forecast Map -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- It's been a great week or so for snow across the high country, with a sharp up-tick in snowpack in recent days, and more snow on the way. So good, in fact, that Wolf Creek Ski Area will open for weekends starting this week
Denver Forecast
Tuesday PM Update: Thursday's Storm and Potential First Flakes of the Season for Denver
After dealing with record warmth, and serious record warmth at that, it will be nice to deal with something more November-like. While Thursday's storm won't be confused for the Storm of The Century, it will certainly offer some different weather. Here is a look at the upper level pattern from the GFS Model that will support such changes: Thursday AM Upper Level Pattern: Thursday PM Upper Level Pattern: Friday AM Upper Level Pattern: For comparison, here is a look at the upper level patter
Snowfall Totals
Snow and Blowing Snow Make Travel Difficult Across Northeast Colorado (Photos)
Snow and wind moved in to the metro area around midday today bringing another shot of Arctic air and poor visibilities across the Plains. Here are some images captured today across the eastern metro area, and points east of DIA. Heavy snow and wind on I-70 heading into Denver this afternoon *Ground blizzard on the plains*Snow continues off and on into the evening hours. There's currently a good band of moderate to heavy snow over Denver, with another (likely the last of the day) pushing