Snowfall Forecast
Significant snow likely for metro Denver and all of Northeast Colorado, the latest on impacts
The latest data continue to show a heavy snowfall event to come for Northern Colorado Monday night through Tuesday. We published our extensive thoughts on the storm this morning but wanted to reiterate some things this evening and bring you the latest in trends in the model data. The storm's speed is the same as projected. The track of the storm shifted subtly to the north by enough distan
Travel Impacts
Travel impact returns early Thanksgiving week after a quiet weekend
As one impactor clears, the next moves in Monday and Tuesday to create travel issues for those headed out for Thanksgiving. Per the last storm, most locations measured between 1 and 4 inches of snow. A few locales had closer to 5 or 6 inches. Models had a horrible time with these systems (as we opined they might ), but in the end a pretty nice little snow for many locations. As
Denver Snow
Timing and Impacts of the Next Round of Snow
Saturday's snowfall forecast is still mostly valid. We say, "mostly valid," just because some of the model imagery has changed a bit and there's been a drop in some snowfall indicators for the Denver area but we feel that the snowfall ratio being higher with this event's colder temperatures remains justification to keep with the previously published forecast, (read that forecast here) [