Up to 16 inches of snow for Colorado mountains

National Weather Service Denver/Boulder CO
1052 AM Sun Oct 1 2017

Wintry weather coming to the northern Colorado mountains tonight and Monday…

Snow levels are expected to drop to 7,500 to 8,000 feet near the Wyoming border, and 8,500 to 9,000 feet along the I-70 Corridor by tonight.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS…8 to 16 inches with locally higher amounts possible.

* WIND/VISIBILITY…As low as one quarter mile during periods of heavy snow.

* IMPACTS…Travel conditions may be slow and hazardous this afternoon through tonight and Monday.

Significant amounts of snow are forecast that will make travel dangerous. Only travel in an emergency. If you must travel…keep an extra flashlight… food…and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency.


Thanks to Don Bishop and Tom0Mason for this link

4 thoughts on “Up to 16 inches of snow for Colorado mountains”

  1. Just a dusting. Meanwhile, record breaking heat spewing out of Al Gore’s blowhole, with Michael Mann holding the global thermometer is his cornhole.

  2. SO, what is going to happen when it snows so much, and for so long, that the roads over the Mountains AND the roads leading up to Ski resorts are so impacted that even the snow removal equipment can’t clear it?

    How long can a business last, during winter, when nobody can get there for months?

    How do the truckers cross the Rockies? Will all traffic have to go south to Arizona, etc. to get through?

    Going to be very, very, interesting. How is Al Gored going to explain that?

    How are the Globalist Warming freaks in Colorado going to get their Subarus up the mountains so they can have their $8 coffee at the resorts and complain about Globalist Warming.

    That is going to be funny as hell.

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