Recap of the blockbuster snowstorm in the Rockies
The weekend snowstorm in the Rockies has indeed turned out to be one of the all-time greats in the Denver-to-Cheyenne corridor and in the higher elevation locations just to the west. The final tally at Denver’s International Airport of 27.1 inches was their 4th biggest snowstorm on record and the 30.8 inches of snow measured in Cheyenne was their most on record. Elsewhere in Colorado, Boulder received 20.7 inches of snow, 40 inches was measured at Aspen Springs, and Buckhorn Mountain came in with a whopping 42 inches. The heavy snowfall extended into the central Plains as well with nearly 20 inches recorded in parts of Nebraska. Another upper-level trough of low pressure will follow quickly during the next 24-48 hours and it’ll result in more accumulating snow for the Colorado Rockies…good skiing for quite awhile.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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