Denver Weather: Heavy snow continues on mountains

Danish Aejaz
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Denver Weather – Denver is the capital of Colorado, an American metropolis that is defining the Old West era. Denver got hit with 4-8 creeps of snow collection medium-term. Today, there is the possibility of an extra 1-3 inches snow. Advisories for the winter weather continue for Denver, Loveland, Fort Collins, and Boulder are in impact until night late. Rates of the snow falling between 1-2 inches per hour can hit a few regions of the Front Range soon. Our subsequent winter storm of this week likewise covered the Denver metro region with a lot of snow prompted terminations at about 330 zone schools. 

Denver Weather
Denver Weather: Heavy snow continues on mountains

Most chances are the Denver metro area will be almost sunny on Saturday. And also, there will be a high temperature of about 47 degrees. But there are thirty percent chances of more snow late Saturday night.

Nation Weather Service News Reports:

According to the National Weather Service new reports, areas covered with snow on Friday morning:

Nation Weather Service News Reports
Nation Weather Service News Reports
  • Sheridan – 5.5. inches
  • Aurora – 7 inches
  • Berthoud Pass – 19.6 inches 
  • Arapahoe Basin – 14 inches 
  • Castle Pines – 5.6 inches
  • Avon – 11.5 inches 
  • Cattle Creek – 10 inches
  • Hayden 10. 5 inches
  • Centennial – 4.5 inches
  • Colorado Springs – 5.1 inches 
  • Lone Tree – 7 inches 
  • Commerce City – 3.7 inches
  • Edgewater – 2.1 inches 
  • Highlands Ranch – 7.1 inches
  • Copper Mountain – 17 inches 
  • Englewood – 6.5 inches
  • Federal Heights – 4 inches
  • Glenwood Springs – 
  • Brighton – 3.6 inches
  • Golden – 3.8 inches 
  • Manitou Springs – 5 inches 
  • Steamboat Springs – 6 inches
  • Littleton – 7 inches 
  • Loveland Pass – 21 inches
  • Milner – 5.7 inches
  • Monarch Pass – 7 inches
  • Palmer Lake – 4.5 inches 
  • Parker – 8 inches 
  • Louisville – 4.3 inches 
  • Pueblo – 5.6 inches
  • Woodland Park – 4 inches
  • Rabbit Ears Pass – 25.2 inches
  • Roxborough Park – 8.5 inches
  • South Denver – 6.5 inches
  • Thornton – 4.5 inches
  • Vail – 14.5 inches 
  • Sedalia – 8 inches 
  • Silverton – 22 inches 
  • Winter Park – 16.8

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