Today BNVN Weather Paparazzi Tony Laubach was out in the snow in Denver, CO which is getting the latest in a series of small snowstorms that finally is starting to bump up the snow totals in a parched Denver, Colorado.
Over the last couple days, nearly half a foot of snow has been recorded nearly doubling the season’s totals. A fun fact, Denver has seen more snow in the January and February than it has all season. Less than 5 inches from September, October, November, and December and over a foot in what’s typically two of the driest months for snow (5th and 6th).
September (8th): 0.0" (averages 2.1")
October (7th): 0.0" (averages 4.1")
November (2nd): 1.5" (averages 10.7")
December (4th): 3.3" (averages 8.7")
January (5th): 8.0" (averages 7.7")
February (6th) (as of Feb 7): 4.2" (averages 6.3")
March (1st): N/A (averages 11.7")
April (3rd): N/A (averages 9.1")
TOTAL SEASON SNOW AS OF FEB 7: 17.00"
TOTAL SNOW SEPT-DEC: 4.8"
TOTAL SNOW JAN-FEB 7: 12.2"
SNOW TOTAL AVERAGE SEPT 1-JAN 31: 33.3"
Information from Denver/Boulder National Weather Service.
Video of snow-packed roads along major routes across Denver. Opens up with POV shot at I-25 southbound where I-70 merges. Other shots along US-287 in Westminster and Broadway Blvd in Denver. Shots of vehicles driving on snow packed roads.