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Originally Posted by linvillegorge View Post
I wanna buy into this storm. I want to believe that it's going to deliver for the mountains. But anytime it's a big upslope event I get nervous. I've been burned too many times waking up to 2+ feet in Evergreen just to see a 2" report at Loveland.

I'm cautiously optimistic but it won't shock me if that exact scenario happens again.
I'm heading up early tomorrow.... as it looks like tomorrow is supposed to be the day Gonna crash in Breck and ride Sunday am and bolt early to beat traffic.

With the way this forecast has changed it wouldn't surprise me if it was dud or if it dumped. Guess we'll see.

Just checked the Keystone webcams and it doesn't look like its doing dick yet.

Joel updated ~20 minutes ago:

1-2 feet is possible for the mountains along the divide, 2+ feet is likely for the foothills east of the divide, and Denver metro should hit double digits with the highest totals south and west of the city.

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