winter storm warning Denver: Know the situation

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The storm that we’ve all been waiting for is here. 

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It made itself known initially by creating a wall of dust that was picked up by the intense winds transporting the cold air from the north 

Snow is already falling across some of the higher terrains above 7,000’ this morning and it will continue to snow there all day long.  

Snow levels will gradually lower through Friday with all snow falling in and around the Denver metro by the evening commute. 

This storm is going to pack a serious punch 

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The cold front that barreled through is producing upslope winds which creates moisture. 

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We already will have adequate moisture in the atmosphere so the upslope with only aid in creating more moisture. 

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It takes 3 to 4 inches of wet snow to break tree limbs. Any more than that has the potential to bring down fully leafed trees. 

As a result, we could see power outages, especially in areas above 6,500 feet where the heaviest snow will fall. 

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The Foothills from Estes Park to Conifer can expect 12 to 24 inches of snow from this storm by Saturday afternoon. 

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Rocky Mountain National Park and some of the highest elevations will see up to 30 inches of snow. 

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The Palmer Divide near Castle Rock and Monument should expect 12 to 18 inches of snow. 

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Colorado Springs, and the Denver metro should brace for 4 to 8 inches of snow 

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So be alert that we could be talking about greater than a half-foot of snow in Denver. 

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