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Denver - Winter (?) Storm Watch/Warning

Mowing the lawn today but I may need the snowblower by Fri. Rain will change to snow with up to 11 inches in my area at 6700 ft elevation. I'm glad I haven't done my end of season maintenance on the blower yet. Looks like I'll need to use it one more time.

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You lucky dog! It was 88 here today, no snow in sight!


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Oh, that is just plain WRONG!
It may be better than I'm been getting all day...everything just short of tornados.


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Why do they still call it a winter storm warning, when it is clearly spring now??????????????? they should call it a snow storm watch/warning.

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Why do they still call it a winter storm warning, when it is clearly spring now??????????????? they should call it a snow storm watch/warning.
If you look out the window, you'd swear it was winter (except for leaves on the trees).

We got about a foot of snow with more coming tonight and tomorrow.
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Here’s a look at the latest snowfall totals from the National Weather Service as of 3 p.m. on Thursday.

Breckenridge - 16.5 inches
Nederland - 26 inches
Conifer - 12 inches
Genesee - 14.2 inches
Estes Park - 12.1 inches
Evergreen - 12 inches
Aspen Springs - 21.5 inches
Golden - 13.5 inches
Ward - 33.1 inches
Boulder - 3.8 inches
Fort Collins - 4 inches
Loveland 1.5 inches
Castle Rock - 6.0 inches
Broomfield - 3.0 inches
Greeley - 3.8 inches
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I guess we are getting part of that here, in the form of rain and cold.

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We got about 4 inches where I live. Wet heavy and slushy. But was easy to push out of the way on the driveway with my trusty orange shovel/plow. I would have loved to have fired up my machine one more time- but I don't have one. Save for the JD TRS32 on loan to a church building that is 15 min away and I was not going to go get it just to do my driveway. By the time I got home Thursday night, most of the slush piles had melted. This time I had no broken limbs on my tress! Yay! Some neighbors were not so lucky and the cottonwoods in the park had a number of limbs that snapped.
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