It’s been a bit of a lackluster few weeks across the western US in terms of snow but that pattern is hopefully going to be changing as February nears.
Denver weather: With today’s snow, this month will end with above-normal precipitation and that hasn’t happened since last May
It has been abnormally dry in Denver since June of 2021. It’s been 7 months since Denver has recorded more precipitation than what is expected in a given month.
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.
Well, the tables have turned and we are watching big powder possible for the East Coast while the West Coast struggles to get any fresh snow.
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.
Extreme winds led to the Marshall fire rapidly growing and destroying hundreds of structures in Louisville and Superior Colorado. How did this happen? The meteorology behind the wind.
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.