Snow is on the way for Denver and the surrounding areas as a cold front moves by. A few inches of snow is expected which will make for tricky commuting conditions metro wide.
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Freezing drizzle is expected in Denver on Wednesday with some light snow possible too. Slick driving conditions and cold temperatures will may for a raw winter day.
Colorado weather: And just like that, the exciting snow forecasts are a thing of the past. Now what?
The forecast looks dry in Denver and Colorado over the next week or so. There are no significant snow storms in the forecast just some close calls and cooler air.
Colorado weather: High winds and snow incoming for Colorado’s Front Range and northern mountains Tuesday-Wednesday
With snow on the ground still in many areas, we’re talking about another chance of accumulating snow. The systems bringing in the snow will also increase winds along the Foothills and adjacent Plains Tuesday through Thursday.
It’s been quite some time since we’ve talked about a big snowstorm in Denver and while this won’t be a chart-topping storm, it will produce the most snow we’ve seen this winter and it will come with below-freezing and below-zero temperatures.
Colorado weather: Mountain areas to get blasted with more snow this week with a chance of snow in Denver for New Years Eve
More storms are incoming for the mountains while Denver remains dry for the remainder of this week. A chance of snow returns to Denver and the Front Range for New Year’s Eve that could bring Denver its second snow of the season.
Colorado weather: Game changing snow coming to the Colorado mountains while Denver continues to beg for any moisture at all
Game-changing snow pattern is likely to set up over Colorado just in time for Christmas. Continuous snow and cold are poised to last through the New Year for the Colorado Rockies leading to a building snowpack.
Historically, the chances of seeing a White Christmas in Denver are not too bad but this year, it’s not looking too likely. You’ll have to head to the mountains for the best chance of seeing snow during the Holiday.
After a long stretch of dry and uneventful weather, things sure have changed quite a bit. Snowpack across Colorado has increased pretty greatly since the recent series of storms have blasted through.
Before December 7th, statewide snowpack was sitting at about 54-percent of normal, the number has now risen to over 70-percent of normal with several basins above that.
It’s been a very active time across the Western US and western Canada. The early-season storm cycle was stuck up in the PNW but that cycle finally caved and dropped south. Most ski areas across the west saw overhear to over a foot of snow with some mountains getting 4-6 FEET (looking at you Sierra Nevada mountains).