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The first snow of the season was observed for many along the I-25 corridor from Fort Colling to Colorado Springs but some areas did miss out, including DIA which only reported a trace of snow. Below are some snow totals from the NWS in Boulder: PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT…SUMMARY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER CO 503… Read More »Preliminary Snow Totals from the NWS in Boulder
The storm track has taken a turn to the N over the past few weeks producing a blizzard for the northern plains with snow for the northern Rockies. Even western CO has seen some rain and snow but areas E of the Continental Divide from Fort Collins to Denver have experienced minimal moisture at a… Read More »A DRY April for the I-25 corridor of Colorado!
Below are updated snow totals for the 4/11-4/12 snow storm that impacted eastern MT. The information below can be found by visiting the NWS in Billings: https://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?site=byz&issuedby=BYZ&product=PNS Public Information Statement National Weather Service Billings MT 814 PM MDT Tue Apr 12 2022 …PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION… …REPORTS RECEIVED BETWEEN 800 AM TUE APR 12 2022 THROUGH… Read More »Updated Montana Snow Totals 4/12/2022
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