This is 2022 with the first official storm of the year. Once thought we could see ‘some’ snow, now it looks like we’ll definitely be half a foot or more tall.
National Weather Service issued Winter storm warning for Larimer County at elevations less than 6,000 feet, in effect from 5 a.m. December 31, 2021 to 11 a.m. January 1, 2022.
5-10 inches expected for the Loveland, Fort Collins, Windsor areas at the time of the system’s passage.
Roads can become slippery and dangerous. Traveling can be very difficult. Hazardous conditions can affect Friday morning and evening commute.
This will make celebrating New Year’s Eve difficult, to say the least. Maybe a nice quiet dinner at home is in order?
The Greeley area, which will be under a Winter weather advice from 11 a.m. on December 31 to 11 a.m. on January 1, which means it’s very dangerous to travel. This area is likely to experience 2-6″ snowfall, strong winds and wind chill elements of -10 to -15 degrees.
Plan for slippery road conditions. Hazardous conditions could affect Friday night’s commute. Dangerously low temperatures can be life-threatening if the right precautions are not taken outdoors.
Today will be a good day to get gas in your car, make sure you have your windshield washer fluid and ice scraper ready. It was a very dry and calm December, it looked like Mother Nature was taking off her ‘shawl’ and she was swinging.
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