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  • Winter Weather Advisory for Summit County, Mosquito Range County, Colorado
  • Winter Weather Advisory issued May 16 at 8:12PM MDT until May 17 at 12:00PM MDT by NWS
  • Effective: Monday, May 16, 2016 at 8:12 p.m.
  • Expires: Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at noon
  • ...STILL WINTER IN THE MOUNTAINS...
    .A COLD AND MOIST SLOW MOVING STORM SYSTEM WILL CONTINUE TO
    PRODUCE SNOWFALL IN THE MOUNTAINS OF NORTH CENTRAL COLORADO
    THROUGH LATE TUESDAY MORNING. SNOWFALL WILL BE HEAVY AT TIMES
    THROUGH THIS EVENING. WHILE THE SNOW IS EXPECTED TO TAPER OFF BY
    TUESDAY MORNING...THE WINTRY WEATHER MAY LINGER IN THE NORTHERN
    COLORADO HIGH COUNTRY THROUGH AT LEAST TUESDAY NIGHT.
    ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON MDT
    TUESDAY...
    * TIMING...SNOW...HEAVY AT TIMES THIS EVENING...WILL SLOWLY
    TAPER OFF OVERNIGHT AND TUESDAY MORNING.
    * SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...TOTALING 6 TO 12 INCHES BY MIDDAY
    TUESDAY...HEAVIEST AMOUNTS ON THE EASTERN SLOPE OF THE FRONT
    RANGE.
    * WIND/VISIBILITY...WINDS WILL BE 15 MPH OR LESS. HEAVY SNOWFALL
    COULD REDUCE VISIBILITIES TO LESS THAN A HALF MILE AT TIMES.
    * IMPACTS...SLUSHY AND/OR SNOWPACKED ROADS WILL CREATE HAZARDOUS
    WINTER DRIVING CONDITIONS...MAINLY ON THE HIGH MOUNTAIN
    PASSES.

  • Winter Weather Advisory for Summit County, Mosquito Range County, Colorado
  • Winter Weather Advisory issued May 16 at 3:59PM MDT until May 17 at 12:00PM MDT by NWS
  • Effective: Monday, May 16, 2016 at 3:59 p.m.
  • Expires: Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at noon
  • ...SNOW EXPECTED IN THE MOUNTAINS TODAY AND TONIGHT...
    .A SLOW MOVING AND MOIST STORM SYSTEM WILL CONTINUE TO PRODUCE
    SNOWFALL IN THE MOUNTAINS OF NORTH CENTRAL COLORADO THROUGH LATE
    TUESDAY MORNING. SNOWFALL WILL BE HEAVY AT TIMES LATE THIS
    AFTERNOON AND FOR MUCH OF TONIGHT WITH THE STORM NEARING THE AREA
    AND WITH THE UPSLOPE FLOW DEEPENING. THE SNOW LEVEL AROUND 8500
    FEET THIS AFTERNOON WILL LOWER TO AROUND 6000 FEET BY EARLY
    TUESDAY MORNING. ALTHOUGH, THE GREATEST SNOW ACCUMULATION WILL
    OCCUR ON EAST FACING SLOPES OF THE FRONT RANGE MOUNTAINS ABOVE
    9000 FEET TONIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY MORNING. THIS WINTRY WEATHER
    MAY LINGER IN THE NORTHERN COLORADO HIGH COUNTRY THROUGH AT LEAST
    TUESDAY NIGHT.
    ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON MDT
    TUESDAY...
    * TIMING...SNOWFALL MAY BE HEAVY AT TIMES ESPECIALLY ON EAST
    FACING SLOPES OF THE FRONT RANGE TONIGHT AND TUESDAY MORNING.
    * SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...TOTALING 8 TO 15 INCHES BY MIDDAY TUESDAY.
    EXPECT UP TO 9 INCHES OF SNOW TONIGHT AND ANOTHER 3 TO 6 INCHES
    OF SNOW TUESDAY MORNING.
    * WIND/VISIBILITY...WINDS WILL BE 15 MPH OR LESS. HEAVY SNOWFALL
    COULD REDUCE VISIBILITIES TO LESS THAN A HALF MILE AT TIMES.
    * IMPACTS...SLUSHY AND/OR SNOWPACKED ROADS WILL CREATE HAZARDOUS
    WINTER DRIVING CONDITIONS...MAINLY ON THE HIGH MOUNTAIN PASSES.

  • Winter Weather Advisory for Summit County, Mosquito Range County, Colorado
  • Winter Weather Advisory issued April 14 at 8:22PM MDT until April 17 at 6:00AM MDT by NWS
  • Effective: Thursday, April 14, 2016 at 8:22 p.m.
  • Expires: Sunday, April 17, 2016 at 6 a.m.
  • ...POTENT STORM MOVING OVER COLORADO THIS WEEKEND...
    .A STRONG STORM SYSTEM MOVING ONSHORE OVER THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
    COAST TODAY WILL TRACK SOUTHEAST AND INTENSIFY OVER ARIZONA BY
    LATE FRIDAY. THIS STORM IS EXPECTED TO STALL OVER THE FOUR
    CORNERS REGION THROUGH THE WEEKEND AND IMPACT COLORADO WEATHER
    OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS.
    THE STORM SYSTEM WILL CONTAIN HIGH AMOUNTS OF MOISTURE AND IS
    EXPECTED TO PRODUCE HEAVY AMOUNTS OF SNOW OVER THE FRONT RANGE
    FOOTHILLS AND THE NORTH CENTRAL MOUNTAINS. THE SNOW WILL WILL BE
    HEAVY WHICH MAY CAUSE PROBLEMS FROM BROKEN TREE BRANCHES TO
    DOWNED POWER LINES.
    THE LATEST COMPUTER FORECASTS ALSO INDICATE THAT TEMPERATURES
    WILL BE COOL ENOUGH ON THE NORTHEAST COLORADO PLAINS FOR
    PRECIPITATION TO FALL IN THE FORM OF SNOW ALONG THE I-
    25 CORRIDOR. ACCUMULATING SNOWFALL IS EXPECTED TO BEGIN FALLING
    DURING THE PRE- DAWN HOURS SATURDAY MORNING. SIGNIFICANT SNOW
    ACCUMULATIONS WILL BE POSSIBLE ON THE PLAINS AND PALMER DIVIDE
    FROM SATURDAY THROUGH SATURDAY NIGHT.
    ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM FRIDAY TO
    6 AM MDT SUNDAY...
    * TIMING...SNOW IS EXPECTED TO DEVELOP FRIDAY AFTERNOON AND
    BECOME MODERATE AT TIMES THROUGH FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY.
    SNOW WILL CONTINUE FALLING THROUGH SATURDAY NIGHT AND INTO
    SUNDAY.
    * SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...5 TO 10 INCHES BETWEEN FRIDAY NIGHT AND
    SATURDAY AFTERNOON. ADDITIONAL SNOW IS EXPECTED SATURDAY
    NIGHT.
    * WIND/VISIBILITY...NORTH WINDS 10 TO 20 MPH. VISIBILITIES COULD
    BE LESS THAN ONE MILE AT TIMES IN HEAVIER SNOW SHOWERS.
    * IMPACTS...SNOW-COVERED AND SNOW PACKED ROADS SHOULD BE
    EXPECTED.

  • Winter Weather Advisory for Summit County, Mosquito Range County, Colorado
  • Winter Weather Advisory issued May 01 at 11:20AM PDT until May 01 at 5:00PM PDT by NWS
  • Effective: Wednesday, May 1, 2013 at 12:20 p.m.
  • Expires: Wednesday, May 1, 2013 at 6 p.m.
  • ...SNOW CONTINUING ACROSS MUCH OF NORTHERN COLORADO THIS
    AFTERNOON...
    A STORM SYSTEM NOW OVER NORTHWEST COLORADO WILL MOVE SOUTHEAST
    ACROSS THE STATE THROUGH TONIGHT. SNOW IS WIDESPREAD OVER MUCH OF
    THE AREA THIS AFTERNOON AND WILL BE HEAVY AT TIMES THROUGH EARLY
    EVENING. THE HEAVIEST SNOW HAS SHIFTED SOUTH OVER THE BOULDER AND
    DENVER AREA THIS AFTERNOON WITH LIGHTER SNOW FURTHER NORTH AND
    EAST. SNOWFALL RATES UP TO 2 INCHES PER HOUR ARE POSSIBLE IN THE
    HEAVIEST SNOW. SINCE THE SNOW IS EXPECTED INTO THE EVENING
    HOURS...EXPECT ROAD SURFACES TO BECOME MORE ICY AND SNOWPACKED
    RESULTING IN DANGEROUS DRIVING CONDITIONS.
    ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 PM MDT THIS
    EVENING...
    * TIMING...SNOW SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE THIS AFTERNOON...THEN
    DECREASING AGAIN BY EARLY EVENING.
    * SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...5 TO 10 INCHES.
    * VISIBILITY...REDUCED VISIBILITIES TO LESS THAN A HALF MILE AT
    TIMES IN SNOW.
    * IMPACTS...ROADS WILL BE ICY AND SNOW PACKED IN THE HEAVIER
    BANDS OF SNOW.