Denver’s snowiest month of the year is officially holding onto it’s title with another mid-month snow storm.
Denver and the surrounding areas are looking to have several inches of snow after this storm, and Denver has already seen record-breaking levels of snow the last couple of months. January saw 13.4 inches of snow while February saw 15.8, with the seasonal normal being 6.5 and 7.8 respectively. So far, March has seen 5.8 inches of snow prior to this week’s storm with an average of 11.5.
Be careful of low visibilities on the roads this morning! Snowfall will decrease this afternoon.
Don’t crowd the plow! #COwx pic.twitter.com/N4eBLUu0dn
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) March 17, 2022
For now, there’s been some winter storm warnings, especially when it comes to driving. The National Weather Service is suggesting that people prepare for low visibility and slick roads this morning. The snow is looking to decrease by afternoon time, just in time for the St. Patrick’s Day shenanigans. Prior to its end, Denver is likely to see 1-3 inches of snowfall.