Up to 6 inches snow expected in Colorado

Early season snowfall expected tonight at higher elevations in Colorado Central and Southwest mountains

14 Sep 11 – NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO

A SLOW-MOVING STORM WILL MOVE ACROSS NORTHERN ARIZONA TODAY…THEN OVER SOUTHERN UTAH AND COLORADO TONIGHT AND THURSDAY. SNOW LEVELS EXPECTED TO DROP TO ABOUT 9000 FEET TONIGHT… WITH LOWER SNOW LEVELS BENEATH STRONGER SHOWERS.

SNOW SHOULD START ACCUMULATING ABOVE 12000 FEET AROUND 9 PM THIS EVENING. BY THURSDAY MORNING FROM 2 TO 6 INCHES OF NEW SNOW IS EXPECTED TO ACCUMULATE ABOVE 10000 FEET…WITH HIGHEST AMOUNTS ABOVE 12000 FEET.

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/nationalwarnings.php?map=on
Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link


9 thoughts on “Up to 6 inches snow expected in Colorado”

  1. Below average temperatures here in Colorado Springs for more than a week. Cool, cloudy weather today with cold rain at 4 p.m. and up to 10 inches of snow forecast for Pikes Peak tonight. Thanks Al.

  2. I lived in Canon City for 2 years when I was a kid. It was called the CLIMATE CAPITAL OF COLORADO, because of nice weather usually. But, when it would snow heavy, the stupid snowplows would push the snow into the middle of the street, instead of off the street, which they do everywhere else.

  3. Snow on the LaPlata Mountains in SW Colorado – it may have happened Tuesday to Wednesday but I can finally see the mountains today, Thursday. It’s cool and wet here. Where am I?

  4. It is snowing on Mt Rainier this evening.

    The temperature in Vancouver, Washington where I

    live was (9) degrees below average.

    The surface temperature in the Pacific Ocean

    off the Southwest Washington coast is 59 Degrees.

    Very cold for this time of the year.

    The Ice Age has already begun.

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