Much like you follow a recipe to make your favorite dish, there are certain things that need to come together along Colorado’s Front Range to get a big winter snow storm.
The snowy Christmas that Coloradans began prepping for days ago arrived Thursday afternoon, as more than a foot of snow was expected in some mountain locations.
A fast-moving snowstorm brought more than a foot of snow to some areas of the Colorado mountains as remnants of the so-called Pineapple Express band of storms headed across the Eastern Plains on Saturday and began losing steam.
The new snow that hit the metro area was full of a lot of moisture and caused problems for residents and Xcel Energy Monday morning.
Loveland Pass had to be closed more than eight hours on Sunday because of snowy roads.
Heavy, wet snow caused power problems in the Denver metro area Thursday morning.
Thursday morning’s snow cause a few problems at Denver International Airport.
The snow has really piled up in high country, but the crews responsible for moving the snow got a break this week, just in time for more snow to make its way there.
Coloradans braced for another round of snow this weekend as blistering cold temperatures continue across the state, filling homeless shelters and snarling traffic.
The winter storm that’s blanketing the Front Range with snow has created few problems so far on Wednesday morning.