Colorado Getting SLAMMED with Snow Next 3 Days | 1-3 Feet of Snow Forecasted


Colorado snow forecast showing

Colorado snow forecast  through tomorrow showing up to 24+ inches of snow forecasted in spots

Colorado is in the bullseye of the latest large storm to come through the Rocky Mountains.  We’ve never seen this many Winter Storm Warnings issued at one time before.  There are Winter Storm Warnings in place all over Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Montana, Nevada, and even North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, & Michigan.  It’s about to get real all across the country.

Look how many Winter Storm Warnings [in PINK] are issued!

Look how many Winter Storm Warnings [in PINK] are issued!

This storm is going to leave a lot the Rocky Mountains looking very white and very deep.  Be careful out there and be wary of avalanches.

NOAA WINTER STORM WARNING in COLORADO:

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
1132 AM MST TUE DEC 3 2013

...WINTER STORM TO IMPACT THE REGION THROUGH WEDNESDAY NIGHT...

.THE STRONG COLD FRONT AND UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCE WITH ARCTIC
ORIGINS WILL CONTINUE TO SPREAD INTO THE REGION THIS AFTERNOON AND
TONIGHT. THIS COLD STORM SYSTEM WILL BRING WIDESPREAD SNOW TO
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO THROUGH WEDNESDAY EVENING. ONE
TO TWO FEET OF SNOW IS POSSIBLE IN THE MOUNTAINS WITH UP TO THREE
FEET IN THE WEST CENTRAL COLORADO MOUNTAINS. THE VALLEYS COULD SEE
UP TO A FOOT OF SNOW ESPECIALLY IN THE STEAMBOAT SPRINGS AREA AND
THE INTERSTATE 70 CORRIDOR BETWEEN RIFLE AND VAIL. IN
ADDITION...TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO DROP 20 DEGREES OR MORE BY
THURSDAY AND STAY WELL BELOW NORMAL THROUGH THE WEEKEND. STRONG
WINDS AHEAD OF THE FRONT MAY SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE VISIBILITY FOR
TRAVELERS PASSING OVER MOUNTAIN PASSES THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH
WEDNESDAY NIGHT.

...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL MIDNIGHT MST
WEDNESDAY NIGHT...

* TIMING...SNOWFALL WILL INCREASE THIS AFTERNOON...BECOMING HEAVY
  AT TIME THIS EVENING. SNOW WILL CONTINUE THROUGH WEDNESDAY
  EVENING.

* SNOW ACCUMULATION...12 TO 24 INCHES WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS.

* WINDS...SOUTHWEST 15 TO 25 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 40 MPH. SHIFTING
  TO NORTHWEST AND DECREASING LATE TONIGHT.

* VISIBILITY...MAY BE REDUCED TO LESS THAN A MILE AT TIMES IN
  MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW. LOCAL WHITEOUT
  CONDITIONS WILL OCCUR OVER EXPOSED AREAS.

Learn more about Colorado snow:

SnowBrains.com’s Colorado Webpage

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