Though a forecast blizzard didn’t materialize, Denverites are left with the remnants of a powerful winter storm including blustery winds, icy roads and wind-chill values as little as zero levels, forecasters say.
A number of snow flurries might still fall Thursday in Denver after the bulk of the storm has pushed into Midwestern states, based on the Nationwide Weather Service in Boulder.
There’s a 30 % probability of snow showers on Thursday. Icy roads and winds gusting up to 33 mph might blow snow onto roads, making the morning commute troublesome.
A winter weather advisory is in place till midday in Denver and along the Entrance Vary, whereas a blizzard warning is in place for the Japanese Plains. Winds on the northern plains might gust up to 65 mph, the NWS says.
Snow showers ought to ebb by about 10 a.m. and there’s a slight probability of snow after 3 p.m., the NWS says. Little or no further snow accumulation is predicted.
Snow showers are starting to lower in coverage and intensity this morning. The Blizzard Warning has been changed by a Winter Climate Advisory for areas alongside the Palmer Divide northeastward to Fort Morgan. #COwx pic.twitter.com/gDVdQk7lsm
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) April 11, 2019
Afternoon snow showers are attainable on Friday. The snow might turn to rain after three p.m., the NWS says. It is going to be partly sunny, with a excessive near forty four levels. The rain might rework into snow again round 7 p.m.
It might also snow on Saturday when the excessive temperature might attain forty three degrees.
Sunshine with a high temperature of 63 levels is forecast for Sunday. It is going to be sunny with a excessive around sixty nine levels on Monday, the NWS says.
Rain showers and thunderstorms are potential on Tuesday when high temperatures drop down into the 50s once more.