February 19th-21st Snow Totals (Brian Bledsoe)

Another storm system impacted Southern Colorado this past weekend, and dropped a little bit of snow for northern areas and a lot of snow for southern areas.  Below is a list of the storm totals:

45.00   1 SSE WOLF CREEK PASS    CO  MINERAL          0850 AM  
                 17 INCHES IN THE IN PAST 24 HOURS AT WOLF  
                 CREEK SKI STORM TOTAL 45 INCHES.  
10.60   3 SSW BEULAH             CO  PUEBLO           0828 AM  
                 24 HOUR TOTAL  
10.60   BEULAH                   CO  PUEBLO           1235 AM  
  9.50   1 S BEULAH               CO  PUEBLO           0837 AM  
                 24 HOUR TOTAL WITH LIQUID EQUIVALENT .42  
  9.50   2 ENE MONUMENT           CO  EL PASO          0812 AM  
                 3 DAY STORM TOTAL. 2 INCHES IN THE LAST 24  
  7.00   8 NNW AGUILAR            CO  HUERFANO         0920 AM  
                 24 HOUR TOTAL WITH WATER EQUIVALENT .43  
  4.50   11 NNE CRESTONE          CO  CUSTER           0809 AM  
                 FELL SINCE 7 PM 02/21/10.  
  4.40   3 SSE AIR FORCE ACADEMY  CO  EL PASO          0812 AM  
                 2.4 IN THE LAST 24 HOURS  
  4.00   2 WSW ROSITA             CO  CUSTER           0750 AM  
  3.40   5 E PUEBLO               CO  PUEBLO           1100 PM  
  3.30   3 N PUEBLO RESERVOIR     CO  PUEBLO           0725 AM  
  3.00   5 WSW WALSENBURG         CO  HUERFANO         0632 AM  
  3.00   6 NNE LA VETA            CO  HUERFANO         0629 AM  
  2.80   3 SW ROSITA              CO  CUSTER           0747 AM  
  2.00   8 ENE COLORADO SPRINGS   CO  EL PASO          1020 AM  
                 48 HOUR STORM TOTAL.  
  1.00   4 N FLORISSANT           CO  TELLER           1127 PM

This was another long duration type event.  Seems like we've had a few of these this Winter.  Again, the heaviest snow occurred in the southern mountains.  Snow showers were more prevalent east of the mountains.  If you weren't in the snow showers, you likely didn't pick up much snow.  I had just over 2 inches at my house.  Pueblo even picked up between 3 and 4 inches.  Officially, the Colorado Springs Airport picked up just under 3" for the 3 day total.  This continues our "kinda" snowy February.  I know it isn't as much as some of you would like, but it's always a good thing to see "this much" snow during a dry month.

Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe

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  • by jon Location: strattonmeadows/ southgate on Mar 1, 2010 at 04:47 PM
    i think March may be near ave. precipt with just broomer 1 incher express special, ought to be warming, i think more wind as well.. maybe Apr some enemic little rains some with snow mix no accumulations, ave. precip nothing exciting.. ect... jon
  • by Ed Location: Widefield on Mar 1, 2010 at 07:16 AM
    Well, weather geniuses, what does March hold for us?
  • by Jason on Feb 28, 2010 at 10:46 PM
    You're right Jon. I checked back on all those dates and while it did tell you the temperature and even a hourly log on the daily page, it did show that it snowed, but it gave every information, but the actual precip. Ironically, it did show the record precip for the day and just because it was a record, it gave the actual snowfall those days. Sept 28-Oct 1 were 4.9, 13.6, 9.4, 5.5 inches of snow. However, it showed April 3 record as being 5.7 in. in 1979. But yeah, the info you want unfortunately, can't be found that far back, for free, at least. If you do find a website, let me know ;)
  • by jon Location: strattonmeadows/southgate on Feb 28, 2010 at 09:28 PM
    Jason; on the ' wunderground.com, web site ', i clicked on the upper left corner, under local weather, clicked on history data, then on the next screen or window, i keyed in the zip code for our area, then the page gives you where you can click on month, day , yr for any time you want to look up data for that date, i noticed when i was doing so, the ' site ' would not give actual occurrance, just look closely, you should see, ' actual precipt, temp, snow, ect & it also gives what the average for the date is, it never displayed the actual data, just the av for the chosen date... try for instance Apr 3 1957, you should see over a foot of snow, but it does not give that, also try Sept, 28,29,30, & Oct 1, 1959, there should be a total of over 33 inches of snow recorded, but it does not display this data,,check it out ...jon
  • by Julio Location: 80907 on Feb 28, 2010 at 06:57 PM
    Once again flippin' Pueblo gets more snow than CS. Well La Nina means we're screwed for snow in CS. Now, El Nino means we're screwed for snow in CS. According to the cheif meteorologist, were in for another 15 years of below average snowfall... I guess I might as well quit complaining. Nothing's going to change any time soon. Brian says wait till March. Brian, I will bet you a starbucks that we will end of below average snowfall again this year. March will produce next to nothing because the temps won't be cold enough for any snow to actually stick. April will be above average temps too with a fair amount of rain...snow is over for this season folks...face it. We may get another nuisance storm or two or three...but noting meaningful. The rest of the country enjoyed a record breaking year of snowfall...enjoy it... some of us in CS are actually jealous. That's it for me...no more complaining.
  • by Julio Location: 80907 on Feb 28, 2010 at 04:47 PM
    These nuisance storms are the worst! So frustrating! What does summer look like? Probably La Nina will be back...hot and dry.
  • by Jason on Feb 28, 2010 at 02:59 PM
    jon, what area do you want records for? I checked for Colorado Springs and it goes all the way back to 1948. If you still can't get it, what are you looking for specifically?
  • by Julio Location: 80907 on Feb 28, 2010 at 10:23 AM
    Feb. 28 - March 1st Storm.... Just another Worthless weak snow front for the Springs... just like every other weak storm to come here this winter. Sigh....
  • by jon Location: stratonmeadows/ southgate on Feb 27, 2010 at 08:34 PM
    wunderground.com i tried this out, checked the history section of it for our area, could not get it to display any daily or even monthly ' records , showed only the averages.. disappointed with this 'site ' i too am interested in looking at past historic records for out area.. again just another broom 1 inch special yesturday...jon
  • by Jason on Feb 27, 2010 at 06:21 PM
    Matt, you can try wunderground.com
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