The storm is here. It first made itself known by forming a dust wall that was picked up by northerly winds.

Above 7,000', it will snow all day. Denver's evening commute will be snow-free on Friday.

It will storm hard. The Front Range is expecting a big May blizzard. This storm could top May's 3.9 inches.

Due to our location under the jet stream, even more moisture will be enhanced. Enhanced precipitation bands could swiftly pile up snow.

Snow could fall Friday night. Thursday's 90-degree heat melted roadways. Snowfall will make roads slick and snowpacked.

A heavy winter storm has begun and will last into Saturday afternoon.

Boulder has snowstorm warnings. Snow above 6,500 feet might impair power. 3-4 inches of wet snow might knock down leafy trees.

Boulder has snowstorm warnings. Snow above 6,500 feet might impair power. 3-4 inches of wet snow might knock down leafy trees.

Again, trees and travel will suffer. Afternoon mountain travel and evening metro transit are the worst. Overnight through Saturday, tree damage is predicted.

Saturday and Sunday morning, temperatures will drop into the 20s, triggering a deep freeze. Take cold-sensitive plant and irrigation measures.

Next week, further moisture (rain at lower elevations, snow at higher elevations) is forecast. By midweek, Denver will hit the 70s and 80s.

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