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Pat Darrow

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Join date : 2008-12-31
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Location : Meeker, CO

PostSubject: 10/28/09 REPORTS: WESTERN CO   Fri Oct 30, 2009 8:34 am

The first "real" storm of the season has come and gone. In northwest Colorado, we received about 9" of total snowfall accumulation. It was a somewhat wet snow. Throughout the day, the wind picked up as the low progressed east. This caused "flash" freezing of roadways leading to numerous accidents on the highways and byways around here. Fortunately, no major injuries or deaths.

The snow let up by 2pm and was nothing more than light showers after that.

The low progressed east and slammed the front range of Colorado with up to 38" in some places east of Denver.

Some say its due to El Nino, others say it is some other cyclical phenomenon. I say, it is what it is. Smile
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