Snow Forecast Across Denver/Boulder Area in Colorado

Dylan Cautela | | WeatherWeather
Boulder’s Flatirons dusted with snow. It should look very similar after this storm front passes through. Source; (30 Best Earth Pictures…)

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) has issued a hazardous weather outlook for much of the Denver/Boulder area and the surrounding mountains. Possible chances of snow accumulating through the night accompanied by cold northwest winds through Wednesday which could be gusty at times.

“A weather disturbance will move across the area [Denver/Boulder] tonight and will bring snow to the mountains with accumulations of 2 to 5 inches along and north of I-70. Elsewhere there will be a good chance of rain and snow showers in the higher valleys and northern Foothills with an inch or two of wet snow possible. Across northeast Colorado the best chance of rain showers will be near the Wyoming border.”

U.S. National Weather Service Denver/Boulder Colorado

Maine could use some of that right now too...
Good possibility of some much needed precipitation across the I-70 corridor in the Denver/Boulder Area of Colorado. Source; US National Weather Service Denver/Boulder Colorado’s Facebook Page (Denver/Boulder)

Rain or snow, the precipitation accompanied by this front will be a small relief to the current state of drought in this area which is being measured at a moderate level according to the U.S. Drought Monitor on Thursday, October 13th.

Not as bad as one might expect, better than the current state of drought in the Northeast
Drought monitor across the state of Colorado. Yellow: Abnormally Dry, Orange: Moderate Drought. Source; U.S. Drought Monitor (U.S. Drought Monitor Colorado)

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