Snow forecast – Denver Snow http://denversnow.co/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 03:17:47 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://denversnow.co/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-26-120x120.png Snow forecast – Denver Snow http://denversnow.co/ 32 32 Freezing rain, possibly snow, forecast for Tri-Cities and E WA https://denversnow.co/freezing-rain-possibly-snow-forecast-for-tri-cities-and-e-wa/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 03:17:47 +0000 https://denversnow.co/freezing-rain-possibly-snow-forecast-for-tri-cities-and-e-wa/ Kennewick, WA The National Weather Service expanded its initial winter weather advisory for Tuesday to include the Tri-Cities and much of eastern Washington. Roads could be icy as a mix of snow and freezing rain is expected in the area. In some areas, up to a tenth of an inch of ice could accumulate, according […]]]>

The National Weather Service expanded its initial winter weather advisory for Tuesday to include the Tri-Cities and much of eastern Washington.

Roads could be icy as a mix of snow and freezing rain is expected in the area.

In some areas, up to a tenth of an inch of ice could accumulate, according to the weather service.

In the Tri-Cities, a chance of snow and freezing rain is forecast from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, followed by a chance of rain, snow and freezing rain for the remainder of the afternoon.

Little to no snow accumulation is expected in the Tri-Cities, according to the weather service.

The winter weather advisory for the Tri-Cities area will begin at 10 a.m. as scattered fog gives way to precipitation. It is due to expire Tuesday at 10 p.m.

The Weather Service says freezing rain, possibly mixed with snow, is also expected Tuesday at Snoqualmie Pass on Interstate 90; from Ellensburg to the Tri-Cities on Interstate 82; and from Ritzville to the Tri-Cities on Highway 395.

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People planning to travel should check the forecast and travel conditions before departure, the weather service said.

Current road conditions are available at wsdot.com/travel/real-time.

“Please exercise caution, plan ahead, and drive according to conditions,” the Washington State Department of Transportation said on social media. That means slower speeds, slower acceleration, extra space between vehicles, and extra time and space to stop.

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Freezing rain is possible in the Tri-Cities and much of central and eastern Washington on Wednesday. A car windshield bombarded with freezing rain is shown. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald File

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Senior Writer Annette Cary covers Hanford, energy, environment, science and health for the Tri-City Herald. She was a journalist for over 30 years in the Pacific Northwest.

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Up to five feet of lake effect snow forecast for Buffalo, New York https://denversnow.co/up-to-five-feet-of-lake-effect-snow-forecast-for-buffalo-new-york/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 13:42:07 +0000 https://denversnow.co/up-to-five-feet-of-lake-effect-snow-forecast-for-buffalo-new-york/ ABC News (NEW YORK) – Western New York is bracing for an “extreme” lake-effect snowstorm that could dump up to 5 feet of snow in the Buffalo area over the next few days. A state of emergency has been declared for Erie County, which includes Buffalo. A county-wide driving ban is also in effect from […]]]>
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(NEW YORK) – Western New York is bracing for an “extreme” lake-effect snowstorm that could dump up to 5 feet of snow in the Buffalo area over the next few days.

A state of emergency has been declared for Erie County, which includes Buffalo. A county-wide driving ban is also in effect from Thursday evening, with only those authorized for emergency travel allowed to drive. Authorities will reevaluate the driving ban Friday morning and determine if it is necessary for the entire county, according to Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz.

A lake effect snowfall warning is in effect until 1 a.m. Saturday for southern Erie County.

The long-lasting event is expected to bring belts of snow south of Buffalo and Watertown on Thursday, with “intense bands” of lake-effect snow in both cities Thursday evening, according to the National Weather Service in Buffalo.

Up to 5 feet of snow is possible for the area by Saturday morning. Winds of up to 35 mph are also forecast. Snowfall rates of 2 to 3 inches per hour are possible for the south side of Buffalo Friday morning.

“Travel could be very difficult, if not impossible,” the Buffalo National Weather Service warned. “The dangerous conditions will impact journeys from Thursday morning to Friday evening.”

New York Governor Kathy Hochul declared a state of emergency in 11 counties due to the storm, with dangerous travel conditions and weaker power outages.

“It’s considered an extreme event,” Hochul said during a Thursday morning press briefing. “That means it’s dangerous. It also means that it is life threatening.

Hochul said conditions in Buffalo and other parts of western New York will be “very similar to 2014,” when the region saw more than 5 feet of snow during a killer storm.

More than 350 plows, 5,700 utility crews and the National Guard have been deployed and are standing by, she said. Parts of the New York State Thruway will also be closed to commercial traffic beginning at 4 p.m. Thursday.

“It can take several days,” Hochul said. “Cleaning up will take time.

Area schools are preparing for closures on Friday due to the storm, including in Buffalo.

The Erie County executive advised private businesses to close on Friday if the forecast holds.

“We’re going to have a doozy,” Poloncarz said during a Wednesday press briefing.

The city of Buffalo has brought in private contractors to manage the snow in addition to state support, according to Mayor Byron Brown.

“It’s not the normal snow event we get, so the public needs to be patient,” Brown told reporters. “It’s a big snowstorm.”

Sunday’s game between the Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns has been moved to Detroit due to weather forecasts, the NFL announced Thursday. The game was originally scheduled to be played at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, New York.

Lake-effect snow is common in late fall and early winter along the leeward shores of the Great Lakes, which is caused by cold air moving over the warmer waters of the Great Lakes. Big lakes.

In November 2014, more than 5 feet of lake-effect snow fell just east of Buffalo, in what was one of the largest winter events in the city’s history, according to the National Weather Service. There were 13 fatalities due to the storm. A second lake effect event a few days later dropped another 1 to 4 feet of snow in the same area, bringing the two storms’ total to nearly 7 feet.

Outside of New York, lake effect snow is expected in Erie, Pennsylvania and northeast of Cleveland, Ohio.

ABC News’ Kenton Gewecke, Max Golembo, Victoria Arancio and Brian Hartman contributed to this report.

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People will see snow on Wednesday https://denversnow.co/people-will-see-snow-on-wednesday/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 04:36:00 +0000 https://denversnow.co/people-will-see-snow-on-wednesday/ Snow, rain ahead in New Hampshire for tonight through Wednesday; 3-6 inches of buildup possible for some Updated: 11:36 PM EST November 15, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript Thank you very much for joining us. Storm shows new. Whether on the web here we are going through midweek and the first winter mix of the […]]]>

Snow, rain ahead in New Hampshire for tonight through Wednesday; 3-6 inches of buildup possible for some



Thank you very much for joining us. Storm shows new. Whether on the web here we are going through midweek and the first winter mix of the season. Let’s move on to tonight most of the day. Tomorrow in the north and at least until the morning hours in southern New Him. Now that the snow turns to a *** mix and then rains Wednesday morning, all over the southern part of the state further north. Eventually this snow will go all the way to *** mixing to say the lakes region, the southern part of the White Mountains. Winds, good news here, will be light snow, certainly wet in nature, then beyond that it will be mostly dry in Chile for the end of the week through the weekend ahead. So for tonight our temps are going to drop just cold enough for the snow to stick, especially north and west of Manchester there could be a *** to *** half inch slush covering from Nashua to Dover and Durham and points north and west of the Queen City mostly on some back roads and grassy areas to the coast it may not drop much lower than 35 or 36 , so even wet snow would not stick here. Better chance of slippery roads further north and west overnight. Tonight’s storm early in the evening, right outside the door. Now late evening and overnight snow has spread across the state and then noticed by the pre-dawn hours it is already raining near the coast in *** mixes in the far south -west of the state before the morning commute tomorrow six 37***. M. Could be warm enough for simple rain from Manchester to Nashua, towards the coast, through Dover and Durham, then from Rochester to the Monadnock area. Just cold enough in some pockets where you could see that slight remaining mixture. However, it is simply too warm at various levels of the atmosphere to support snow at this time, snow per 77 38 hours Northern Lakes Region, White Mountains and points to the north and even north. By late morning we could see a mix happening with ice and rain. It’s not *** a big ice storm, but there could be some sleet and freezing rain even in the White Mountains in the late morning with snow far to the north, everything ends late afternoon in the north and very early afternoon with even breaking clouds in the south of the state in terms of just enough snow to make it slippery. North and west of Manchester overnight until early Wednesday morning drive and lingering all morning farther north, muddy surfacing up to *** half inch of Manchester, Nashua up to Dover and Durham near the coast, nothing to look forward to due to ** * rapid change to some rain and even if it snows the temperatures will be in the mid thirties so it should not stick to their conquered region from Monadnock, possibly light ice glazing over 1-2 inches of snow then several inches of snow further north. High temperatures tomorrow fifties just off the immediate coast 40s to about 30s conquered north and west, then Thursday it’s clouds, partial sun, snow showers in the north, chance of showers snow *** in the west, pepper with flakes in the north. Sunny elsewhere on Friday, cold and sunny. Saturday, a few chance of snow showers. From Sunday afternoon to Sunday evening, gusts are piling up in the north Monday right now, Tuesday and beyond. Then, for the big day of the trip, Wednesday seemed dry and seasonally cool.

Snow, rain ahead in New Hampshire for tonight through Wednesday; 3-6 inches of buildup possible for some

New Hampshire is in line for its first widespread winter weather system of the season overnight through early afternoon Wednesday. Wet snow will develop late in the evening in central and southern NH and will spread northward overnight.>>Track the rain and snow hour by hour southwestern NH during the pre-dawn hours, then directly into rain in southeastern areas. Precipitation will likely remain as snowfall in central and northern NH through early Wednesday morning. On Wednesday, rain on the coast, everything quickly mixes to rain elsewhere in southern NH, snow in a mix of central NH and snow in the north, ending in the early afternoon. A muddy surface up to half in the southeastern regions will be quickly washed away on Wednesday morning. 1 to 3 inches of snow with a light ice top then rain from the Monadnock area to Concord, the Upper Valley and southern part of the Lake District, and 3 to 6 inches of snow with a chance of a little mixing from the Sunapee area northeast of the White Mountains and Great North Woods. highs in the 30s and lows in the 40s. Thursday will be sunny and cloudy with a few flurries, mostly over northern and western regions.>> Interactive RadarFriday will be partly sunny. Mountain snow showers will continue in the north. Saturday is forecast to be sunny and cool, with cloud/partial sun and scattered snow showers in the afternoon on Sunday, with highs only in the 30s. >> Check the hour-by-hour maps here: Be aware of the weather! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and enable push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and/or up to three postal codes. Plus, you can be notified when rainfall is coming to your area. Follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media: Mike Haddad: Facebook | TwitterKevin Skarupa: Facebook | TwitterHayley LaPoint: Facebook | TwitterJacqueline Thomas: Facebook | TwitterMatt Hoenig: Facebook | Twitter

New Hampshire is in line for its first widespread winter weather system of the season overnight early Wednesday afternoon.

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Wet snow will form late in the evening in central and southern NH and spread northward overnight.

>> Track rain and snow hour by hour

Wet snow will change to mixed then rain in southwestern NH during the pre-dawn hours and then directly to rain in southeastern areas. Precipitation will likely remain as snowfall in central and northern NH through early Wednesday morning.

On Wednesday, rain on the coast, everything quickly mixes to rain elsewhere in southern NH, snow in a mix of central NH and snow in the north, ending in the early afternoon. A muddy surface up to half in the southeastern regions will be quickly washed away on Wednesday morning. 1 to 3 inches of snow with a light ice top then rain from the Monadnock area to Concord, the Upper Valley and southern part of the Lake District, and 3 to 6 inches of snow with a chance of a little mixing from the Sunapee region northeast of the White Mountains and Great North Woods.

>> Weather Alerts

Winter precipitation is expected to result in a slippery morning ride in many places before conditions improve during the day, with highs in the 30s and lows in the 40s.

Thursday will be sunny and cloudy with a few flurries, mostly in northern and western areas.

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Friday will be partly sunny. Mountain flurries will continue in the north.

Saturday is forecast to be sunny and cool with partial cloud/sun and scattered afternoon snow showers on Sunday with highs only in the 30s.

>> See the hour-by-hour maps here:

Be aware of the weather! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and enable push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and/or up to three postal codes. Plus, you can be notified when rainfall is coming to your area.

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Heavy rain, snow forecast for the region https://denversnow.co/heavy-rain-snow-forecast-for-the-region/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 21:01:04 +0000 https://denversnow.co/heavy-rain-snow-forecast-for-the-region/ While heavy rain hits Monroe County on Friday, we could also see the first snow showers of the season this weekend. According to the National Weather Service, up to two inches of rain could fall Friday evening, accompanied by wind gusts of up to 26 mph. The wet weather is due to Nicole’s projected east […]]]>

While heavy rain hits Monroe County on Friday, we could also see the first snow showers of the season this weekend.

According to the National Weather Service, up to two inches of rain could fall Friday evening, accompanied by wind gusts of up to 26 mph. The wet weather is due to Nicole’s projected east coast path.

“As predicted by AccuWeather meteorologists for days, Nicole will bring a variety of hazardous weather impacts to the eastern United States in the coming days,” said AccuWeather Chief Meteorologist Jonathan Porter.

A flash flood hazard has been issued between Buffalo and Syracuse, according to Accuweather. Rain showers will continue to batter the area through Saturday evening.

“Residents of these areas, especially those who live near hilly terrain, creeks and streams as well as low lying areas that can tend to flood easily,” Porter said. “Be prepared to move to higher ground immediately if flood warnings are issued for your community.”

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UK snow forecast: Sudden wind shift could bring ‘significant’ snow | Weather | New https://denversnow.co/uk-snow-forecast-sudden-wind-shift-could-bring-significant-snow-weather-new/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 13:35:00 +0000 https://denversnow.co/uk-snow-forecast-sudden-wind-shift-could-bring-significant-snow-weather-new/ Warm air from the mainland will invade the UK ahead of the weekend, pushing thermometers to a possible 19C – around 10C higher than usual. However, a change in wind direction towards the end of the month, or possibly earlier, will replace mild southerlies with freezing northerlies. Weather models reveal the risk of snow not […]]]>

Warm air from the mainland will invade the UK ahead of the weekend, pushing thermometers to a possible 19C – around 10C higher than usual.

However, a change in wind direction towards the end of the month, or possibly earlier, will replace mild southerlies with freezing northerlies.

Weather models reveal the risk of snow not only in the Scottish mountains, but also in central England and Wales.

James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather, said: “We fully expect a significant pattern shift to much colder conditions that threaten winter blasts and snow from the middle of the month.

“We were able to see the first significant snows of the season during this period until the end of November and the beginning of December.

“This wintry weather will extend to some lower levels of the country.”

The U-turn will be driven by the same weather system responsible for the unseasonal heat wave.

High pressure from Eastern Europe will sweep mild southerly winds around its southern flank into Britain.

As it moves further east into the Atlantic, the UK will find itself in the path of arctic winds drawn around the northern edge of the system.

Temperatures will drop to freezing point in northern Britain while the rest of the country plummets into single digits.

Mr Madden said: “High pressure will influence this pattern change.

“It will push temperatures into the high teens in parts of the south through rest this week with 18C or 19C possible in parts of the country.

“It’s very mild for the time of year, but it will set the stage for much colder conditions to arrive later on.”

Temperatures will soar later this week as wind and rain give way to clearer skies and drier weather.

The anticyclone coming from the east will spread across the Atlantic drawing in warm air from the mainland and the tropical islands of the Azores, off the coast of Portugal.

South-eastern areas of the country will enjoy the best weather, while wind and rain will continue to pound the north-east, according to the Met Office.

Meteorologist Aidan McGivern said: “Wednesday looks like a less rainy day than Tuesday with a better chance of seeing some sunshine and longer dry spells towards the east in particular.

“A change occurs later on Wednesday, more persistent bands of rain are growing in the west of Scotland, but there will be clearer spells to the south east.

“This southeast-northwest divide becomes a feature of our weather on Thursday and Friday.”

The change in weather will trigger strong winds across northern Britain as further heavy rain hits the region, it warned.

But southerly winds will bring “unusually mild” temperatures for the time of year, he added.

He said: “The winds are coming from the south and southwest and as a result the weather fronts will push northwest with very strong winds at times and persistent rain.

“But higher pressure on the mainland will exert its influence over the south-east and it will tend to be drier here, and with this grip from the south-west it will be unusually mild for the time of year, particularly in the north of the UK.”

Forecasters agree, however, that the cold weather won’t be far behind with something very different in store for late November.

Jim Dale, meteorologist for the UK Meteorological Service, said: ‘After this mild spell we then plunged into the cold.

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Snow forecast 2 to 3 feet on Mount San Jacinto, flood watch for valleys https://denversnow.co/snow-forecast-2-to-3-feet-on-mount-san-jacinto-flood-watch-for-valleys/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 02:18:00 +0000 https://denversnow.co/snow-forecast-2-to-3-feet-on-mount-san-jacinto-flood-watch-for-valleys/ RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA – With heavy downpours and the possibility of flooding in some locations forecast Tuesday, the Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department is offering free empty sandbags to residents of many fire stations around the county. The Riverside County Department of Emergency Services provided this map listing where sand can be obtained to fill […]]]>

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA – With heavy downpours and the possibility of flooding in some locations forecast Tuesday, the Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department is offering free empty sandbags to residents of many fire stations around the county.

The Riverside County Department of Emergency Services provided this map listing where sand can be obtained to fill the bags: https://www.rivcoready.org/have-plan/flooding/find-sand -and-sandbags.

The sandbags are offered amid a flood watch issued by the National Weather Service that is in effect from noon Tuesday through 7 a.m. Wednesday for the Riverside metro area, as well as the Pass area and Southwest County. River side.

The valleys are expected to receive between 1 and 2 inches of precipitation as the storm system moves in from the northwest. The Coachella Valley should see 0.25 to 0.50 inches while the mountains could see up to 9 inches.

According to the NWS, the heaviest squalls of rain are expected Tuesday afternoon and evening, with lighter rains through dawn Wednesday. In addition to the flood watch, a wind advisory is in effect for Riverside County from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday.

Mountain snow levels are expected to drop to 6,000 feet by Wednesday morning, with snow accumulations of 2 to 3 feet above 8,000 feet, and up to 6 inches possible as low as 6,000 feet, reported the NWS.

Riverside County’s Mount San Jacinto, which is above 10,000 feet, has a winter storm warning from 10 a.m. Tuesday to 4 p.m. Wednesday, according to the NWS.

— Patch editor Toni McAllister and City News Service contributed to this report.

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Denver Snow Forecast: Denver Records First Official Snowfall of the Season https://denversnow.co/denver-snow-forecast-denver-records-first-official-snowfall-of-the-season/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 12:01:18 +0000 https://denversnow.co/denver-snow-forecast-denver-records-first-official-snowfall-of-the-season/ DENVER (KDVR) – Denver International Airport recorded 4.5 inches of snow Thursday through Friday morning, marking Denver’s first official snowfall of the season. What Defines Denver’s First Snowfall? According to the National Weather Service, snow should be measurable. The NWS considers a tenth of an inch or more of snowfall to be measurable snow. How […]]]>

DENVER (KDVR) – Denver International Airport recorded 4.5 inches of snow Thursday through Friday morning, marking Denver’s first official snowfall of the season.

What Defines Denver’s First Snowfall? According to the National Weather Service, snow should be measurable. The NWS considers a tenth of an inch or more of snowfall to be measurable snow.

The snowfall measurement will be taken at Denver International Airport as that is where the official measurement comes from.

DIA is located about 18 miles northeast of downtown and is also where the City of Denver Automated Surface Observing System is located.

Denver’s first snowfall in 10 years

Here’s a rundown of the National Weather Service’s list of first snowfalls in the past 10 years:

  • December 10, 2021
  • September 8, 2020
  • October 10, 2019
  • October 6, 2018
  • October 9, 2017
  • November 17, 2016
  • November 5, 2015
  • November 11, 2014
  • October 18, 2013
  • October 5, 2012

Average snowfall in Denver

Here’s a look at the average snowfall for each month in Denver, according to the NWS:

  • January: 6.5 inches
  • February: 7.8 inches
  • March: 11.5 inches
  • April: 8.8 inches
  • May: 1.7 inches
  • June: Trace
  • July: 0 inches
  • August: 0 inches
  • September: 1 inch
  • October: 4.1 inches
  • November: 7.4 inches
  • December: 8 inch

Last season, Denver recorded 49.4 inches of total snowfall. The Pinpoint Weather team says a rare La Niña triple dip will dominate the winter.

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2 to 12 inches of snow forecast for south-central Alaska through Wednesday https://denversnow.co/2-to-12-inches-of-snow-forecast-for-south-central-alaska-through-wednesday/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 06:49:05 +0000 https://denversnow.co/2-to-12-inches-of-snow-forecast-for-south-central-alaska-through-wednesday/ By Alena Naiden Updated: 16 a few minutes ago Published: 13 hours ago Most of south-central Alaska is expected to receive snow from a storm arriving Tuesday evening on the Kenai Peninsula before moving north toward Mat-Su and Anchorage. Storm totals could range from 2 to 12 inches, although the National Weather Service said Tuesday […]]]>
By Alena Naiden

Updated: 16 a few minutes ago Published: 13 hours ago

Most of south-central Alaska is expected to receive snow from a storm arriving Tuesday evening on the Kenai Peninsula before moving north toward Mat-Su and Anchorage.

Storm totals could range from 2 to 12 inches, although the National Weather Service said Tuesday that estimates are subject to change as forecasts evolve.

The Weather Service predicted 2 to 4 inches for the Anchorage Bowl by Wednesday.

According to forecaster Matthew Fazal, this is expected to be the region’s first widespread snow event this season. The Anchorage area has received just over 4 inches of snow so far.

According to meteorologist Pamela Szatanek, two storms – one coming from Siberia and the other from Japan – have merged and are moving east.

The Kenai Peninsula from Soldotna to the west is expected to get 3 to 6 inches, said Michael Lawson, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Anchorage. The eastern Kenai Peninsula could see 5 to 10 inches from Portage to the south, he said

Snow will then “fill in” north across the region early Wednesday morning: Forecasts called for 4 to 10 inches for the Susitna Valley, with the highest amounts west of the Parks Highway; 3 to 5 inches for the Matanuska Valley; and 1 to 3 inches for the Copper River Basin.

The Anchorage Bowl is forecast to see light snow by Tuesday evening or early Wednesday and heavier snow by Wednesday afternoon.

A winter weather advisory was issued for the Thompson Pass area near Valdez from 1 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, with forecasts for blowing snow, winds gusting to 45 mph and snowfall amounts 8 to 12 inches.

The weather system should disappear by Thursday, Lawson said.

“Cold air will creep in and cloud cover will generally diminish on Thursday and Friday,” he said, “and it will just get colder.”

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Denver Snow Forecast: Denver hasn’t snowed in 159 days https://denversnow.co/denver-snow-forecast-denver-hasnt-snowed-in-159-days/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 19:49:22 +0000 https://denversnow.co/denver-snow-forecast-denver-hasnt-snowed-in-159-days/ DENVER (KDVR) — Denver is still waiting for the first official snow of the season to fall. As of October 27, it has been 159 days since the last snowfall was recorded in the city. The last snowfall occurred on May 21. Denver received 2.3 inches of total snow that day. Colorado town named America’s […]]]>

DENVER (KDVR) — Denver is still waiting for the first official snow of the season to fall. As of October 27, it has been 159 days since the last snowfall was recorded in the city.

The last snowfall occurred on May 21. Denver received 2.3 inches of total snow that day.

What Defines Denver’s First Snowfall? According to the National Weather Service, snow should be measurable. The NWS considers a tenth of an inch or more of snowfall to be measurable snow.

Denver’s first snowfall in 10 years

Here’s a rundown of the National Weather Service’s list of first snowfalls in the last 10 years:

  • December 10, 2021
  • September 8, 2020
  • October 10, 2019
  • October 6, 2018
  • October 9, 2017
  • November 17, 2016
  • November 5, 2015
  • November 11, 2014
  • October 18, 2013
  • October 5, 2012

The first measurable snowfall of the 2021 season did not arrive until December 10, which is the last first snowfall on record.

On the other hand, the first measurable snowfall of the 2020 winter season came on September 8, which tied for the second-earliest snowfall on record.

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Mountain Snow Forecast: Photos: October Snow Covers Colorado Roads https://denversnow.co/mountain-snow-forecast-photos-october-snow-covers-colorado-roads/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 15:19:32 +0000 https://denversnow.co/mountain-snow-forecast-photos-october-snow-covers-colorado-roads/ DENVER (KDVR) — New coverage of snow-covered roads in the mountains Wednesday morning from western Idaho Springs to Parachute and northern and southern areas, like Steamboat Springs and Silverton. Here’s when Denver could see the first possible snow of the season Here’s a look at some photos from across the state where the snow was […]]]>

DENVER (KDVR) — New coverage of snow-covered roads in the mountains Wednesday morning from western Idaho Springs to Parachute and northern and southern areas, like Steamboat Springs and Silverton.

Here’s a look at some photos from across the state where the snow was spotted:

  • Loveland Pass snow 10 26
  • October snow near Aspen
  • Snow on the Vail Pass
  • Snow from Crested Butte
  • Snow on I-70 near Vail Pass
  • Snow impacts travel on I-70 near Frisco
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  • Breckenridge Main Street Snow 10.26
  • Snowy Morning at Steamboat
  • Snowy Morning at Steamboat
  • Snow on Willow Creek Pass
  • Burgdorf pass snow
  • Burgdorf pass snow
  • Winter park snow
  • Fraser Plains Snow
  • Snow on Willow Creek Pass
  • Snow in Ouray
  • Snow on Cameron Pass

What is the forecast?

The Pinpoint Weather team says the central and northern mountains can expect 1 to 2 inches of snow Wednesday. Highs in the mountains will be cold with temperatures in the 30s and 40s.

The snow intensifies in the mountains overnight Wednesday through Thursday with 1 to 3 inches of accumulation.

Snow will continue in the mountains Thursday with another 1-3 inches expected.

Winter weather advisory

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for parts of Colorado.

The NWS said the advisory would go into effect at 6 p.m. Wednesday and last until 12 p.m. Thursday.

If you live in an area affected by the advisory, expect slippery road conditions that could lead to hazardous travel for Wednesday evening and Thursday morning trips.

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