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Storm update

By: MrMixon , 5:32 PM GMT on February 26, 2013

Well the end of February has turned out to be quite snowy, which is a relief after this way-too-dry winter we've had so far. Looks like some of our recent snows have eaten away parts of the nasty red area in the map below:

Despite the date on the map, I'm not sure if this one fully accounts for the snow we got over the weekend. Here's the rundown of what we got on Upper Magnolia:

Thursday: 4 - 5"
Sunday: 13 - 16"
This morning: 4" and counting...

Looks like the radar is thinning out, but snow is still falling here in Louisville as well as up in Nederland:





Estes Park:




Nederland II:



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4. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
7:50 PM GMT on March 04, 2013
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3. MrMixon
5:24 PM GMT on February 27, 2013
UPDATE II, part B:

Just checked Eldora Mountain Resorts webpage and yeah, it seems like yesterday's storm mostly missed them somehow:

New snow in the last 24 hours: 0.0 inch(es)
New snow in the last 48 hours: 0.0 inch(es)
New snow in the last 72 hours: 10.0 inch(es)

Looks like a beautiful day up there:

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2. MrMixon
4:35 PM GMT on February 27, 2013

The snow total for yesterday at our place was 7", which brings our total from these twin storms to 26" since last Thursday. Not bad, not bad at all...

Rumor has it yesterday's snow was primarily an event for our immediate area (i.e. - the foothills west of Boulder). Totals were meager here in Louisville and over in Boulder, and I also heard Eldora got very little snow from yesterday's action. That suggests some training or favorable orographics enhanced our local snowfall. Lucky us. :)
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1. MrMixon
7:43 PM GMT on February 26, 2013
UPDATE: We have sunshine and partially clearing skies here in Louisville, but it looks like the radar is filling back in to the northeast. We may get another shot of snow here soon.
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