DENVER — Ready for more snow?
While it doesn't look like Denver or the Front Range will get a major snowstorm (or anything close to it) next week, another round of light snow could continue our streak of snowy Wednesdays.
Denver has seen at least a trace of snow in six of the past seven Wednesdays, including a couple of more significant snowstorms. Meteorologist Cory Reppenhagen recently explained there is a bit of luck but also a rhyme and reason behind the snowy Wednesday streak.
And it looks like that unusual streak might continue. Another round of snow looks likely for Colorado on Wednesday next week. While the mountains will get the majority of the snow, enough could push its way into eastern Colorado that Denver's recent run of snowy Wednesdays could continue.
Any Front Range accumulation looks light at the moment, as the bulk of the next storm will pass off to our south. But again, there'll probably be enough snow to keep the streak going, even if we just see a few flakes or a dusting.
Meanwhile in the mountains, heavier and steadier snow looks likely from the Wednesday-Thursday storm. While exact totals are still a bit too early to pinpoint, it does look like several inches of snow will fall across most of the higher elevations, with Wednesday seeing the highest impacts from this.
We'll also have a lighter round of snow on Sunday. That will likely bring the San Juans and southwestern Colorado the highest snowfall totals, though most areas won't see more than a few inches' worth of accumulation.
The 9NEWS weather team will keep you posted with the latest on this possible storm as it gets closer.
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