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9 May 2014
After an uneventful winter for the Colorado Front Range urban corridor with no storm more than 4 or 5 inches, the second week in May brings a potential major winter storm to the Front Range Cities with a possible 4-9 inches of snow in the core urban areas and up to 2 feet or more in the nearby mountains. Although this storm will produce tons of severe weather across the plains, it looks like the winter storm will be limited to the high plains of Colorado and the mountains.

The trees are mostly leaved now in the Denver area so this has the potential to cause significant damage and power outages from downed lines. It's already been a chilly snowing week in the mountains, and Lake Dillon in Summit County is only partially thawed. That area could see 2 feet of fresh snow by Monday. Below is a live shot looking down at Lake Dillon from the Keystone Ski resort.



Heavy snow in Denver and the Front Range cities could wreck havoc.






CODE
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
430 AM MDT FRI MAY 9 2014

...WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM SUNDAY MORNING THROUGH LATE
SUNDAY NIGHT...



...A STRONG COLD SPRING STORM TO HIT THE ROCKIES...

.A STRONG STORM SYSTEM WILL MOVE INTO THE GREAT BASIN SATURDAY
NIGHT AND SLOWLY MOVE EASTWARD SUNDAY AND SUNDAY NIGHT. WIDESPREAD
RAIN AND MOUNTAIN SNOW IS EXPECTED TO FORM OVER NORTHERN COLORADO
AND WYOMING SATURDAY NIGHT. PRECIPITATION AND COLD AIR WILL SPREAD
SOUTH LATE SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY. RAIN IS EXPECTED TO QUICKLY
CHANGE TO SNOW IN THE FOOTHILLS. SNOWFALL AMOUNTS MAY GREATLY
VARY DEPENDING ON WHEN THE RAIN CHANGES TO SNOW.


FORT COLLINS...HEREFORD...LOVELAND...NUNN...ARVADA...BO
DER...
GOLDEN...LAKEWOOD...LONGMONT...AURORA...BRIGHTON..

CITY OF DENVER...DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...HIGHLANDS RANCH...
LITTLETON...PARKER...CASTLE ROCK...ELBERT...FONDIS...KIOWA...
LARKSPUR...EATON...FORT LUPTON...GREELEY...ROGGEN
430 AM MDT FRI MAY 9 2014


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN DENVER HAS ISSUED A WINTER STORM
WATCH...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM SUNDAY MORNING THROUGH LATE
SUNDAY NIGHT.

* TIMING...SNOW IS EXPECTED TO FORM OVER THE MOUNTAINS SATURDAY
NIGHT WITH RAIN AT LOWER ELEVATIONS. THE RAIN WILL CHANGE OVER
TO SNOW SUNDAY ACROSS THE LOWER ELEVATIONS. SNOW IS EXPECTED TO
CONTINUE SUNDAY EVENING AND DECREASE SUNDAY NIGHT.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...4 TO 9 INCHES WILL BE POSSIBLE FOR LOWER
ELEVATIONS AND SOUTH PARK...WITH 9 TO 18 INCHES POSSIBLE FOR
THE FOOTHILLS...AND 12 TO 24 INCHES POSSIBLE FOR THE MOUNTAINS.

* WIND/VISIBILITY...HEAVY SNOW COMBINED WITH NORTHEAST WINDS UP TO
30 MPH MAY REDUCED VISIBILITY BELOW A QUARTER MILE AT TIMES.

* IMPACTS...IF TRAVELING SUNDAY OR SUNDAY NIGHT...EXPECT SLUSHY
AND SNOW COVERED ROADS...ESPECIALLY IN THE MOUNTAINS AND
FOOTHILLS. SOME ROADS IN THE FOOTHILLS AND MOUNTAINS MAY CLOSE
DUE TO HEAVY SNOW. THE HEAVY SNOW WILL ACCUMULATE ON BRANCHES
AND POWERLINES POSSIBLY CAUSING SOME TO BREAK.
11 Sep 2012
Yea yea. It's the high Mountains. But still!!! I think it's the first of the season for lower '48.


First WSW of Season
11 Sep 2012
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2 Feb 2012
The clouds are lowering here, and radar echos are showing up nearby. Let' the games begin.





21 Dec 2011
Had to make my own thread for this "limited" coverage storm, that is tearing down through Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico. The first day of winter brings another winter storm for this area.

For the Southern half of Colorado and Northern New Mexico, this will be the second major snowstorm in 3 days. Winter Storm Warning Now for the Denver Area:

A very White Christmas coming for many of these areas.


CODE


WINTER STORM WARNING

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER CO
433 AM MST WED DEC 21 2011

...SNOW AND COLD TO HIT COLORADO TONIGHT AND THURSDAY...

.AN UPPER LEVEL LOW WILL DROP SOUTH FROM THE NORTHERN ROCKIES
ACROSS THE CENTRAL ROCKIES TONIGHT AND THURSDAY. AT THE SURFACE...A
STRONG COLD FRONT WILL PUSH THROUGH COLORADO THIS EVENING. LARGE
SCALE LIFT FROM THE UPPER LEVEL LOW COMBINED WITH A MOIST UPSLOPE
FLOW AT THE SURFACE WILL PRODUCE WIDESPREAD SNOW TONIGHT AND
THURSDAY MORNING. NORTH TO NORTHEAST WINDS WILL INCREASE TO 10 TO
20 MPH BEHIND THE FRONT WITH GUSTS TO 30 MPH EAST OF INTERSTATE
25. ROADWAYS WILL BECOME SNOW COVERED AND SLIPPERY WITH POOR
VISIBILITIES DUE TO BLOWING SNOW.

COZ039>041-211945-
/O.UPG.KBOU.WS.A.0014.111222T0000Z-111222T1800Z/
/O.NEW.KBOU.WS.W.0017.111222T0000Z-111222T1800Z/
BOULDER AND JEFFERSON COUNTIES BELOW 6000 FEET/WEST BROOMFIELD
COUNTY-
NORTH DOUGLAS COUNTY BELOW 6000 FEET/DENVER/WEST ADAMS AND
ARAPAHOE COUNTIES/EAST BROOMFIELD COUNTY-
ELBERT/CENTRAL AND EAST DOUGLAS COUNTIES ABOVE 6000 FEET-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...ARVADA...BOULDER...GOLDEN...LAKEWOOD...
LONGMONT...AURORA...BRIGHTON...CITY OF DENVER...
DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...HIGHLANDS RANCH...LITTLETON...
PARKER...CASTLE ROCK...ELBERT...KIOWA...LARKSPUR...SIMLA
433 AM MST WED DEC 21 2011

...WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 5 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO
11 AM MST THURSDAY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN DENVER HAS ISSUED A WINTER STORM
WARNING FOR SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 5 PM THIS
AFTERNOON TO 11 AM MST THURSDAY. THE WINTER STORM WATCH IS NO
LONGER IN EFFECT.

* TIMING...SNOW WILL DEVELOP ACROSS THE FRONT RANGE URBAN CORRIDOR
EARLY THIS EVENING AND BECOME HEAVY AT TIMES OVERNIGHT INTO
THURSDAY MORNING. THE SNOW WILL TAPER OFF BY MIDDAY ON THURSDAY.

* ACCUMULATION/WIND...SNOWFALL AMOUNTS WILL RANGE FROM 6 TO 8
INCHES... WITH UP TO 10 INCHES POSSIBLE OVER THE SOUTHERN AND
WESTERN SUBURBS OF DENVER AND OVER THE PALMER DIVIDE. NORTH TO
NORTHEAST WINDS OF 10 TO 20 MPH WILL OCCUR WITH GUSTS TO 30 MPH
ALONG AND EAST OF INTERSTATE 25.

* IMPACTS...PEOPLE PLANNING TRAVEL ACROSS THE FRONT RANGE URBAN
CORRIDOR SHOULD BE PREPARED FOR HAZARDOUS DRIVING CONDITIONS.
VISIBILITIES WILL BE REDUCED AT TIMES DUE TO FALLING AND BLOWING
SNOW. ROADWAYS WILL BECOME SNOW COVERED AND ICY CAUSING
HAZARDOUS DRIVING CONDITIONS.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

COMMUTERS SHOULD ALLOW EXTRA TIME TO REACH YOUR DESTINATION
THURSDAY MORNING. ROADS WILL BE SNOW COVERED AND SLIPPERY. WHEN
DRIVING SLOW DOWN AND LEAVE ENOUGH ROOM BETWEEN YOU AND THE
VEHICLE IN FRONT OF YOU.

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