Up to 14 inches of snow for the Rockies

Winter storm warning. Well-below freezing temperatures expected by Monday night.


* WHAT…Heavy snow expected. Plan on difficult travel conditions, including during the morning commute on Monday. Total snow accumulations of 6 to 10 inches, with localized amounts up to 14 inches, are expected.

* WHERE…Rocky Mountain National Park and the Medicine Bow Range, The Mountains of Summit County, the Mosquito Range, and the Indian Peaks, The Northern Front Range Foothills and The Southern Front Range Foothills.

* WHEN…Snow will develop from north to south this evening and become heavy at times overnight. Snow will decrease by Monday afternoon.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS…Be prepared for significant reductions in visibility at times.

… time to prepare for winter`s return. Check car tires and ensure your emergency kits, flashlights, blankets, ice scrapers etc. are in place and all ready to go. Drain outdoor sprinkler systems to protect them from the well below freezing temperatures expected by Monday night.


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3 thoughts on “Up to 14 inches of snow for the Rockies

  1. Wow this is late November early December right? And foot hills? Those are generally about 3000 feet or so at their highest elevation?

    Snow days already! Didnt they get the memo from Al? Winter is canceled lol.

  2. Snow in the foothills above Denver is not unusual for Oct. Their elevation starts around 6000 feet and with an upslope wind it can really dump.

  3. It also appears, from radar, to have snowed far out onto the plains of Colorado, not just the mountains, during the day. In early October.

    Meanwhile, in Montana, it’s not warm in any way shape or form. Today was the “warm” day. Upper 30s.

    Also, Popocatepetl has been erupting, not as insignificantly as they seem to suggest.


    Not sure why they feel the need to insist that there’s no connection between seismic and volcanic activity at all times. Scientific mystery, and possibly misguided.

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