Discussion in 'Denver, CO' started by Obey Wann, Oct 25, 2006.
Insert Good Morning Vietnam rant about the heat here.
At least it's not humid.
Amen, brother! It feels so nice out there right now.
It looks like we will have some heavy storms tomorrow. That should be interesting.
There's a big storm just south of us right now. It was a blue-green color, so they are probably getting a lot of hail right now.
So how is everyone doing with this weather? A week+ of monsoon storms... I hope everyone is doing OK.
Becca, has your couch dried out yet?
Tell me about all this rain. It brought a toad into our yard the other day. Must of washed that sucker up from his home, had to go find another for him. Hope I did a good job on that.
Last night thought we were going to go w/o any rain, no such luck, it would hail, the sprinkle then downpour for 30 mins & repeat. I think that guy that built the Arc in Pueblo might have the righ idea.
EDIT: I should PROBABLY put in my response of yes, the couch has dried out nicely.
Yay for cool fall nights. I'm not ready for snow yet, but it is wonderful how cool it is getting at night. But this weekend is supposed to be 85. I love Colorado weather.
9news is [link=http://www.9news.com/news/article/226115/339/Stormy-weather-starts-to-approach-Denver-area]predicting that we will get 6-12" of snow tomorrow.[/link]
Based on the current track of the storm, 9NEWS forecasts 6 to 12 inches for the Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins areas overnight Tuesday into Wednesday, 10 to 20 inches for the Front Range Foothills. The morning commute Wednesday will be very difficult due to the heavy rate of snowfall.
Based on their past predictions, I am betting that we either get a trace of snow, or a full blown blizzard. Thoughts?
Oh yeah, and the chances of me calling in sick tomorrow (if they don't close down work), are near 100%.
I think it'll be light, very wet and gone by tomorrow afternoon. A sloppy, slippery AM drive methinks...
I'm hoping for blizzard. For the first snow of the season, JT and I go for ice cream. And I want lots of ice cream!
Still snowing! Magic 8-ball says "Most Likely!"
We only got 2-3" of snow in NE BFE. But 9News says Greeley got 12". How are you all doing?
How you doin'?
I love overcast days with a chill in the air. It's like the sky is wearing a sweater.
speaking of weather? what town/city, within 50 miles of denver, gets the most snow that actually sticks around?
? just out of curiosity
No idea. Leadville?
thats 100 miles away sadly
Silverthorne is 67 miles away.
I just need maximum altitude and snow while being 50 miles from denver? lol
Idaho Springs? Blackhawk? Idaho Springs is also home to Tommyknockers... so good beer and snow and altitude.