Denver Forecast
Friday Update: Snow Favors Southern Colorado
Although technically two separate systems are imapacting Colorado, as discussed in Wednesday's post , only one holds the cards for possible precipitation. The upper low meandering over the southwestern US and Mexico will continue to provide rain and snow to Arizona and New Mexico. This system will come close enough to Colorado to give some areas some snowfall today and Saturday. The second system, which you've felt alread
Denver Forecast
A Chance for Snow in Denver; Greatest Amounts Over Southern Colorado
Another system on the heels of last night's light snow maker (for a few locales, especially east of Denver), will bring another chance for snow to the region overnight Tuesday into Wednesday. The bulk of the snow, however, will fall across southern Colorado with this system. Indications are that Denver will be near the northern extent of our next system's snow band, meaning that any snow that does fall should remain on the light side. The latest GFS and EURO both bring a dusting to 3" of snow t
Forecast Discussion
Next Storm Targets Southeast Colorado
Rain and snow looks promising for drought-stricken southeast Colorado We promised an April more active than March, and so far the month has delivered. Two weeks in and we've seen several good soaking storms across northeast Colorado, and great late-season snows for the high country. Another system arrives Wednesday, and will bring another round of cool and unsettled weather to eastern Colorado through Thursday. This next system looks to favor southeast Colorado. The best chance for appreciable