Thursday, November 29, 2007

The big one?

Weather forecasters say a collision of two storms could bring major snow to Colorado's mountains this weekend.

The winter weather event is set to happen beginning Friday night and last through Saturday as a storm from the south meets a storm from the north resulting in a serious can of whoop ass. By Sunday morning, some places in Colorado's southwestern and central mountains could have 1-3 feet of new snow!

8 comments:

Teleken said...

Hey Mother Nature throw us a frickin' bone here.

Anonymous said...

Where are you getting this weather info from?

zen said...

Well you can read the National Weather Service forecast discussion here - http://www.crh.noaa.gov/product.php?site=NWS&issuedby=PUB&product=AFD&format=CI&version=1&glossary=1.

Might be awesome for the SW and Central Mountains, but the Front Range may only see a couple inches, with the possibility of some freezing rain on the plains. Yipes. We need snow up here in Teller in a bad way.

Gonna start doing the snow dance right here right now.

zen said...

Well damn that got cut off. So just go here...

http://www.crh.noaa.gov/pub/

Then scroll to the bottom and click the link for "Area Forecast Discussion" in the blue box.

There also is a NWS office in Denver. Their site is here...

http://www.crh.noaa.gov/den/

Dave Philipps said...

I'm all for minimal snow on the Front Range and big dumps in the mountains. Remember the winter of 05 - 06? It snowed, like, once in C. Springs and Breck had a 400-inch year. I'd be into that. We just complain about snow down here.

zen said...

I'm all for fat snow on the Front Range and all the complainers moving to Florida.

Dena Rosenberry said...

I bet Dave'll settle for a big fat dump in Woodland Park and all points north, south and west!

zen said...

I bet Zen'll settle for that too.