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March 08, 2021 02:57 PM UTC

Ready For Snowpocalypse '21?

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  • by: Colorado Pols

That’s right, Colorado–we’re basking in springlike weather today, but by Friday it could be a very different world outdoors with the growing possibility of an historic blizzard of an intensity that locals swap stories about many years after. The last time Colorado’s Front Range saw as much snow as this admittedly optimistic forecast model predicts was March of 2003 when three feet of heavy wet snow fell on the metro area and six feet in the foothills, effectively shutting down the urban corridor for several long days.

Or…the storm could fizzle like a Jared Polis recall! You just never know. But you’ve been warned.

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8 thoughts on “Ready For Snowpocalypse ’21?

  1. The GFS (weather model) is an outlier at this point. Other models are running about 2 feet of snow. That's still a big storm, but a far cry from 4 feet. 

  2. Weather underground has about 16 total inches for Englewood.  I’ll bet significantly under that because the temps will be too warm for snow.

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