Storm arriving a little faster

7:00 AM, Christmas Day, 2014

I have not changed my forecast on snow amounts, but the arrival of the cold front and snow is a little faster than originally predicted. At 7AM the cold front has reached Cheyenne and should move south through the Colorado Front Range this morning. Snow is developing in the Cheyenne area and will probably spread into the northern Front Range this morning and the Denver-Boulder area in the early afternoon. Snow may be moderate or heavy at times late this afternoon and this evening so expect winter road conditions in the area.

This forecast amounts from my post last night:

7-12 inches: Nederland, Georgetown, Evergreen, Monument

5-8 inches: Cheyenne, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver (and the west and south suburbs)

3-6 inches: Fort Collins, Longmont, DIA, Colorado Springs

Merry Christmas!

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