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20 May 2017, 12:25 | Max Haynes
WEATHER ALERT DAY: Heavy snow possible in Teller County
A May snowstorm continued to pound the central and northern Rockies on Friday, a day after burying portions of Colorado under three feet of snow. Light snow or rain is possible through Friday evening but no additional accumulation is expected. More rain is expected Friday.
Douglas, Jefferson and Boulder counties could get 6 to 12 inches of snow.
Park spokeswoman Kyle Patterson says the Glacier Basin Campground at an elevation of 8,500 feet had 31 inches on the ground Thursday afternoon, and it is still snowing heavily. Farther south, 36 inches of snow has been reported in Allenspark, Colorado, about 65 miles northwest of Denver.
As Unofficial Networks reported, Timberline Lodge in OR has seen over a foot of new snow in the past three days, and Squaw Valley in California is seriously considering staying open all year.
Grouse Mountain in British Columbia just reopened after a storm brought about 10 new inches of white stuff. A record 11 inches of snow fell in Cheyenne on Thursday.
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Again, this is what everyone in the eastern U.S.is dealing with.
The rain-snow mix will likely turn to snow again around 7 p.m. Thursday in Denver.
"Highs will be closer to what is normally seen during the middle of winter, with temperatures around 30 degrees below normal through Friday", Adamson said.
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