Sunday, December 14, 2008

I think we got 1 to 2 inches...

but 9 news said:

Today:A brutally cold arctic airmass has gripped the northern plains states and all of eastern Colorado. Morning temperatures have been in the single digits, but biting cold northerly winds have sent wind chill readings into the -10 to -20 degree range.

Stay home if you can today; it's just too cold to be out and about.

As for snowfall accumulations, most metro area locations have reported about one to three inches of light snowfall,and 2 to 6 inches of snow in the foothills, but WINTER STORM WARNINGS continue for the mountains, where up to 2 and a half feet of snow has fallen. Blowing and drifting will still make travel a bit hazardous over the higher mountain passes. If you're headed home from the ski areas, you might want to be on the road by 2:00 p.m.

High temperatures across the greater metro area will only be in the lower teens, at best. Remember to bundle up if you absolutely have to leave home.

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