I read this article on AccuWeather. Looks like they got a bunch in Denver. huh. But it melted I should have been down there with my plow. Well, If you live in Denver I only have one thing to say, huh. “”Good for you!””. We will get some snow sooner or later too, I can smell snow now.
A tree-snapping, travel-disrupting snowstorm has wound down in Denver. However, conditions will continue worsening southward along the I-25 corridor into northeastern New Mexico through tonight.
The storm cut power to more than 100,000 customers in the Denver area, according to Xcel Energy Wednesday afternoon. With temperatures dropping into the lower 20s and even teens in some places tonight, the situation does not bode well for people without power.
Less than 36 hours after Monday’s record 80-degree warmth, a winter wonderland has unfolded across northeastern Colorado and neighboring southeastern Wyoming.
The snow commenced in Denver and Cheyenne, Wyo., late Tuesday into Wednesday morning.
Snow totals have reached 3 to 6 inches in Denver with more than a foot falling toward the foothills. Areas in northwest Denver have picked up more than 8 inches of snow.
Other snow totals in Colorado include 7 to 8 inches in Fort Collins, 8 to 10 inches in Boulder, more than a foot in Greeley and 5 to 6 inches around Colorado Springs.
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