2/19/23 Sunday 7:50 am
Before I get started, you will notice that I deleted the link to my second email address. It was too confusing for people. I intended to have that be used for weather video submissions only. People used it for everything, which would be fine, but I don’t actively monitor it.
I apologize to those who used it to ask for travel advice while I was out of town. Always use the blue link at the bottom of the page to contact me with weather reports, travel questions, or just to check-in. There is rarely a day that I don’t check that email several times throughout the day.
Very little has changed in the last 24 hours. Light snow has developed across portions of the higher elevation and areas. Scattered light snow showers will continue throughout the day. I don’t expect major accumulations, but I have my eye on the Telluride area for a potential upside surprise.
Temperatures will once again return to seasonal normals in the next couple of days as a major system approaches. Snow will develop across the north late Tuesday and will sag southward overnight into early Wednesday morning.
The heaviest snow will fall all day Wednesday, although, unsettled conditions will continue possibly until Saturday. Travel over the passes will become nearly impossible on Wednesday with blizzard-like conditions and very heavy snow. Rural travel will be no picnic by Wednesday late morning/early afternoon. To those wondering about next Friday and the weekend, I just don’t know yet…
Here are the latest model runs. As usual, total liquid precipitation is in inches. This is for Tuesday through Saturday. At the moment, it appears that the majority of this will accumulate from 2 am Wednesday through 5 am Thursday.
NOAA WPC blended model
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