Sixteen inches of snow for Colorado

Freeze Warning for Denver and the eastern plains early Friday. Temps to drop to the upper 20s F to low 30s F.

8 May 2019 – Snow was falling heavily in the mountains and the Denver area was expecting snow accumulations of 1 to 3 inches on grassy areas and 3 to 6 inches over the southern and western suburbs above 6,000 feet.

Winter Storm Warnings were in effect for the mountains above 10,000 feet until 6 PM Thursday, with 8 to 16 inches of (20-40 cm) snow forecast for the mountains.

Chilly and unsettled weather will stick around through Friday with temperatures well below normal for early May.


4 thoughts on “Sixteen inches of snow for Colorado”

  1. Maybe it will freeze out all those leftist noodges that are ruining that state?
    One can hope.

  2. All haz-mat loads must use Loveland Pass in and out of Denver on I-70.due to restrictions in Eisenhower Tunnel. Loveland crest is 11,990 ft. Glad Im retired!

  3. looking at nullschool this evening I see another very large swirling cold mass midway between the uper scotland/uk and usa eastcoast, be watching to see which way it goes..either direction someones going to be unhappy.

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