NOAA: Storm Headed For Southern Colorado On Friday | Precipitation Is Much Needed

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Pushing heavy snow. Image: Dirt Ninja

The forecasts are lining up for a storm impacting Colorado Thursday Night – Friday Night. It’s much needed, as precipitation has been few and far between in the area as of late. It could also make for some epic late season powder turns.

“A stronger storm system is still projected to impact southern Colorado Friday and Friday night. Winds will start to increase across Colorado on Thursday with critical to near critical fire weather conditions possibly returning across portions of southern Colorado. As the storm tracks across CO Friday and Friday night, a mix of rain and snow showers and embedded thunderstorms may spread across much of southern Colorado. This could bring some welcome precipitation to the area if the storm track holds, however these details are still prone to change. Please monitor the latest forecasts concerning this developing storm.”

– NOAA Pueblo, CO

7 day snowfall totals. Image: Tropical Tidbits
7 day precipitation totals. Image: NOAA

Typical spring time temperatures are forecasted to impact the area during this storm, so accumulating snowfall is only expected to occur in the mountains. 

Additional Storm Info:

48 hour snowfall forecast. Image: The Weather Channel
Storm track. Image: NOAA Pueblo, CO

Colorado: Up To A Foot At High Elevations Thursday Night – Friday Night

Extended forecast near Telluride, CO. Image: NOAA
6-10 day temperature outlook. Image: NOAA
6-10 day precipitation outlook. Image: NOAA

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