Cold and lots of snow for Colorado

Possible record-breaking drop in temperatures along with 8 to 12 inches of snow for both Boulder and Colorado Springs, 12 to 18 inches for Estes Park. Broken tree limbs. Potential power outages.

“Denver was 101F Saturday, 93F on Labor Day and will soon be snowing with temperatures that might drop to the 20s tonight!” says meteorolgist Joe D’Aleo.

“The biggest day-to-day change (if it reaches 30F today) would be the third highest behind changes in the 1800s. If we reached the 26F in the Euro model, we could exceed the top. Most all big change days are winter changes when arctic air and chinook winds battle.”

Forecast snow in Colorado, and hard freeze in Eastern Plains:

Thanks to Joe D’Aleo for these links

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September 8, 2020 at 07:56PM

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