DENVER (CBS4) – The official snow total in Denver from the most recent storm to hit Colorado was 5.7 inches. The season total is now 73.3 inches which is almost two feet above normal and we’re not done! The heavy, wet snow that fell from Thursday afternoon through Friday morning was also enough to call this season the snowiest since 2012-2013. READ MORE: Subaru Stolen Outside Westminster Business With 15-Year-Old Dog Inside (source: CBS) If Denver officially receives just 5.1 inches more, this season will be the snowiest since 1991-1992 when 79.0 inches was recorded. Many tree branches snapped under the weight of the snow Thursday night and made some roads impassible including along 13th Avenue in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Broken tree branch at 13th Avenue and Franklin Street in Denver Friday morning. Most of the additional snow that falls during the day on Friday will be in the foothills and mountains. Locations along Highway 285 above Morrison … [Read more...] about Denver Weather: It’s Now The Snowiest Season In 8 Years, And More Snow Is Coming
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By Matt DeLucia, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer After some cool and damp days, the weekend is shaping up! READ MORE: Broadway Producer Scott Rudin Will 'Step Back' After Allegations Of Bullying Expect a mix of sun and clouds today with temps in the upper 50s to around 60. While we’ll see more cloud cover at times, it stays dry. Skies are partly cloudy overnight and it’s chilly again… mid 40s in NYC and 30s for the northwest suburbs. READ MORE: Long Island Police Investigating Death Of Man Found Lying On Sunrise Highway It’s a similar story tomorrow, although we do have to keep in a slight shower risk heading into the afternoon. Temps are a bit milder, in the low to mid 60s. Monday could see a few showers, although the latest trends have been drier. We’re warming up next week, likely into the low 70s by Tuesday. MORE NEWS: COVID Vaccine In New York: Walk-In Appointments Offered To All New Yorkers Over 50 At City-Run Sites Have a great weekend! … [Read more...] about CBS2 Weather Headlines: Mix Of Sun & Clouds, But Saturday Stays Dry; Slight Rain Risk Sunday
Hi Everyone! It is Friday eve and we have some good news when looking at the extended outlook. Translation in Marty speak, the weekend may be looking better! READ MORE: Baltimore Police Officer "Miraculously" Avoids Injury After Crashing Into Stream Let’s start with tomorrow. Earlier in the week we were talking 62° then we dropped tomorrow’s daytime high down to 58°. Now we are raising it, up to 60°. This tells me we may have less clouds and showers around in the afternoon that we were discussing even as recently as yesterday. A slight move toward the better. READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: 1.5K New Cases & 17 Deaths Reported Saturday Saturday is still looking rock sold with sunny skies and no rain. But temps still in the low 60s. (Normal is the mid 60s). It is a very solid forecast though. Put one in the win column. Sunday now is looking like more clouds than Saturday, but not total overcast. We will mention a shower because of a warm front scooting up the … [Read more...] about Weather Blog: Weekend Outlook
Denver will rise to 46 degrees Thursday ahead of a snowstorm that will affect Colorado’s northern half, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder. Side roads downtown could be coated in a few inches of snow by sunrise Friday. Still, the mountains and northeastern plains will definitely be impacted, with areas receiving up to 8 inches of snow and possibly even a foot localized. It will all start in the mountains and spread down the hills with rain in Denver and possibly a thundershower around 3 p.m. Precipitation is expected to all change over to snow after sunset as the low drops to 25 degrees in Denver with wind gusts over 20 mph. The metro area is expected to get up to 4 inches of snow on grassy areas with less on pavement, though totals will be highly dependent on the sun’s heat due to the sun’s more overhead angle during the spring compared to the winter. The later part of the evening drive, especially further north, will be impacted. Up to 7 inches of snow could … [Read more...] about Denver weather: How much snow will Colorado get?
Denver will get a drier Wednesday as temperatures nudge over 50 degrees under mostly cloudy skies, but conditions will change overnight. According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, rain, snow and possibly thunder will move back in overnight, and the temperature will drop to 36 degrees. Precipitation will become more widespread overnight, although precipitation rates will be light. The mountains could get up to five inches of snow with nearly no accumulation across lower elevations by sunrise. Colorado’s cool and unsettled pattern will continue as snow showers will develop in the high country spread east across the plains by Thursday afternoon. Widespread rain and snow is expected across the plains later Thursday into midday Friday, with all snow expected after sunset Thursday. Several inches of snow accumulation will be possible, even in the lower elevations. Denver’s high will be 47 degrees, with an overnight low of 30. There is an 80 percent chance for precipitation … [Read more...] about Denver weather: Springtime snow showers are coming