Snowy Tuesday, Possible Snow Again in Early May

After a warm Monday, a powerful system comes in from the northwest Tuesday to Wednesday morning, with some wrap-around moisture, that should give our patrol zone a shot of heavy springtime snow.  Here are the various model snow forecasts for our patrol zone: 18” – UK Met Model 15” – NAM Model 13” – American […]

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Snow Yesterday, Snow Tomorrow, I Love These Spring Storms!

14” yesterday, and more on the way!  A wave of moisture looks likely to be over us on Wednesday to Thursday morning, with a low centered just to our north (not as good as one to our south, but better than nothing).  Here are the various model snow forecasts for the Wednesday system for our […]

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Another Big Week of Snow

Although our patrol season is wrapping up, I figured I’d keep the forecasts going at least for a bit more as there’s so much snow to talk about.  We’re likely to see another one to two feet of snow during the week (though one model provides a pessimistic caveat).  A low pressure system drops from […]

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Lots of Snow Excitement

Yeah snow!  Fellow patrollers (who are also snow geeks), we have a lot to talk about. A low passes over Colorado today (Thursday), which may be the biggest day of this four day long snowy stretch.  With the low around the center of the state, the winds will be favorable for our patrol zone getting […]

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Hopefully 1-2 Feet of Snow This Week

Two closed lows over the United States will create some exciting weather for us this week.  The less important low meanders from Minnesota today to New York on Friday.  The more important one forms tomorrow over Nevada, and lumbers its way directly over Colorado from Wednesday night to Friday morning.  It is slow and has […]

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