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13 minutes ago, BlizzardNole said:

Multiple recent reports in Denver area of just 3-6 on the ground.  Getting the mid-atlantic treatment?

I think the airport area was 8-11" I heard at last check  . Should snow all day there

Cheyenne getting smoked 18-20" otg

 

Latest Hrrr for Denver 

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Just now, losetoa6 said:

I think the airport was 8-10" I heard at last check  . Should snow all day there

Cheyenne getting smoked 18-20" otg

The airport had 11, but it seems to be a fluke compared to rest of Denver Metro. Most of the city woke up to like 2 to 4 inches, and even if they get another 6 to 8 (latest forecast) today, it will be a pretty major bust.  Can you imagine if that had happened here ---  If we had models a few days ago showing we could get  60 inches of snow, and official forecasts was for 20, and and then we woke up to 2 to 4 inches. :lol:

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3 minutes ago, real said:

The airport had 11, but it seems to be a fluke compared to rest of Denver Metro. Most of the city woke up to like 2 to 4 inches, and even if they get another 6 to 8 (latest forecast) today, it will be a pretty major bust.  Can you imagine if that had happened here ---  If we had models a few days ago showing we could get  60 inches of snow, and official forecasts was for 20, and and then we woke up to 2 to 4 inches. :lol:

I definitely here ya but don't call bust quite yet 

^ Hrrr above

SE Wyoming has actually been one of the consistent bullseyes for the past few days on guidance . That looks to ring true

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9 minutes ago, losetoa6 said:

I definitely here ya but don't call bust quite yet 

^ Hrrr above

SE Wyoming has actually been one of the consistent bullseyes for the past few days on guidance . That looks to ring true

 

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Sterling mentions the snow chance Friday in there latest disco fwiw. And they also said areas that get any qpf tomorrow night have a good chance of some mixed precip. 
Canadian took 6-8 from our 6-8
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The traffic cams from the Wheatland, WY area are insane. True whiteout conditions. I dont think you can see 10 feet there right now. 
Looks like a bust in lamarie? Visibility is way too good
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1 hour ago, Ji said:
3 hours ago, clskinsfan said:
The traffic cams from the Wheatland, WY area are insane. True whiteout conditions. I dont think you can see 10 feet there right now. 

Looks like a bust in lamarie? Visibility is way too good

Denver doing pretty well today, trying to avoid a complete bust after not much happening last night.

https://www.earthcam.com/usa/colorado/denver/?cam=denver

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1 hour ago, CAPE said:

Denver doing pretty well today, trying to avoid a complete bust after not much happening last night.

https://www.earthcam.com/usa/colorado/denver/?cam=denver

Denver is getting crushed. They are now at 3rd highest daily snowfall ever and will likely pass #2 within the hour. Doubt they match 2003 (31.2"), but still impressive after last nights false start. 

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4 minutes ago, Baltimorewx said:

Lol even out west can’t live up to snow totals 

They are doing just fine actually. Tons of 1-2' totals as of Noon. One snotel station in the Laramie Range has 52.5" as of this afternoon on 3.5" LE. They are getting crushed now. It was delayed, but not denied. 

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3 hours ago, donsutherland1 said:

Time: 2021-03-14T12:00:00Z UTC
Event: 52.5 HEAVY SNOW
Source: PARK/FOREST SRVC
Remark: WINDY PEAK SNOTEL IN THE LARAMIE RANGE. ELEVATION 7900 FEET. SNOW WATER EQUIVALENT IS 3.5 INCHES AND THE SNOW TO LIQUID RATIO USED WAS 15 TO 1. ACCUMULATION WAS OVER PAST 24 HOURS.

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4 minutes ago, losetoa6 said:

Denver up to boulder to Cheyenne getting crushed man .

Took a while to get that dry slot further east but since this morning the upslope trajectory has been pretty ideal for Denver metro. Radar has looked more and more impressive. Satellite image is beautiful on COD. Tried to post it but the file is too big and I cant be bothered deleting images lol.

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29 minutes ago, MillvilleWx said:

Denver is getting crushed. They are now at 3rd highest daily snowfall ever and will likely pass #2 within the hour. Doubt they match 2003 (31.2"), but still impressive after last nights false start. 

 

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I brought the snow magnet with me in Estes Park. We had a solid morning. Got to walk down into town in like a foot of snow, but it has been flurries for hours now while just NE of town getting crushed. Mesos showed that snow bowl over me, but was hoping it wouldn't verify. Oh well. Still a fun time so far. 

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