High of 67 yesterday, woke this morning to SNOW – not the 1-3 inches forecasted, but a whopping 10 inches!!  Wet heavy snow falling 2” per hour.  BLIZZARD WARNING: high winds, white-out conditions.  Good day to own a Jeep 🙂

Good day ⇨ Better day?  Receiving a text from your boss saying: SNOW day, work is closed.  That’s happened…well, never.  Even our mega airport, DIA (Denver Int’l Airport), closed – first time in 10 years.  WOW!

Don’t have to be a kid to appreciate a SNOW day 🙂


Changed into PJs & fried up a half dozen eggs – SNOW DAY protein breakfast!  Yum!

Later hiked thru knee-deep snow ‘round Hecla Lake, sharing off-leash quality time with my best bud Ro.


Day’s final tally – 20.3 inches.  FAAANNNTASTIC!





Record-smashing spring snowfall pounds Boulder

City sees 16.4 inches of snow — equal to the average snowfall for all of March


A monster snowstorm dumped a record-breaking 16.4 inches of snow on Boulder on Wednesday while crippling cities all along the Front Range and stranding would-be spring break travelers.


That Boulder snowfall, as reported by meteorologist Matt Kelsch, shatters the record for snowfall on March 23, which was 10.6 inches set in 2013.


In fact, Wednesday’s dump exactly equaled Boulder’s average March snowfall for the past 30 years, and comes on top of last week’s 15-inch snowfall.


Official totals:


Boulder: 16.4 inches


Longmont: 15.4 inches


Nederland: 23.5 inches


Louisville: 20.3 inches


Lafayette: 19 inches


Blizzard shuts down Denver International Airport

Officials shut down Denver International Airport on Wednesday, canceling over 1,000 flights after a mega snowstorm temporarily knocked out power and created conditions unsafe for plane takeoffs and…



Such a terrible Denver Blizzard Snow Day, my first experience in this city. With tons of cars strayed off the roads, accidents made many cars stranded, very poor visibility (0.3 miles) and schools, shopping malls closed today.


Denver International Airport has been closed on Wednesday “until further notice” as the hub deals with extreme winter weather and recovery from morning…


This is crazy….chains required within the city

Denver socked in: I-70, I-25 and I-76 closed in all directions from metro area – The Denver Post: CDOT’s alert:  All CMV must chain up and passenger vehicles must use chains, snow tires, 4WD through Denver area on I-25, I-70, C-470, I-225, Hwy 83, I-270, I-76 and US 285.



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