Here we go again. I sure hope the roughly-half of the meteorologists in the Denver area that are saying this is going to be mostly rain are right. Otherwise 10-20 inches of wet, heavy snow? Ah... no.
It's pretty rare for them to predict this much snow over the urban corridor-- usually those amounts are for the foothills.
A CHANCE OF MIXED SNOW AND RAIN IS EXPECTED FOR MUCH OF THURSDAY NIGHT...BEFORE LIKELY CHANGING OVER TO SNOW BY EARLY FRIDAY MORNING. HEAVY SNOW IS POSSIBLE OVER THE URBAN CORRIDOR...PALMER RIDGE... AND WESTERN WELD COUNTY ON FRIDAY...CONTINUING INTO SATURDAY MORNING. POSSIBLE ACCUMULATIONS COULD RANGE FROM 10 TO 20 INCHES OF HEAVY WET SNOW. HOWEVER...THERE ARE SOME INDICATIONS THAT A RAIN-SNOW MIX MAY OCCUR IN PARTS OF THE URBAN CORRIDOR FOR SOME OF THIS EVENT WHICH COULD LESSEN TOTAL SNOW AMOUNTS. NORTHERLY WINDS OF 15 TO 35 MPH ARE ALSO EXPECTED LATE THURSDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY MORNING.
And, true to typical Denver weather, the high for Sunday, the day this storm finally ships out? 56F and partly sunny. No way am I shoveling this time!