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Winter travel safety – Ensure you and your vehicle are ready

Monday, October 17th, 2016 5:10am MDT

Before hitting the road, Coloradans need to ensure that they and their vehicles are prepared should inclement weather strike. ThorntonWeather.com presents the first in a series from the National Weather Service (NWS) as part of Winter Weather Preparedness Week has declared by Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper.  Check back throughout the week for more winter preparedness stories. Today’s message […]

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Colorado Winter Weather Preparedness Week introduction

Sunday, October 16th, 2016 3:42am MDT

Winter weather in Colorado can be an inconvenience but more than that it can be deadly.  Emergency preparedness for major winter storms – as well as for other types of severe weather – is an important part of living in a state where conditions can change wildly from one moment to the next. To help […]

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Thornton begins digging out from early winter storm

Friday, October 30th, 2009 8:31am MDT

A two-day storm that saw areas around Denver measuring snow in terms of feet has moved out of the area and onto the plains. The lingering effects of the storm will be felt Friday in terms of slick roads in Denver and blizzard conditions to the east. The early winter storm, while not entirely unusual, […]

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Incredible time lapse video – Thornton’s October 2009 snowstorm

Friday, October 30th, 2009 8:23am MDT

From the evening of October 27, 2009 through October 29, 2009, the Denver metro area was struck by a major, early winter snowstorm. The mountains and foothills to the immediate west of Denver were measuring the snowfall in feet while in the city more than a foot of snow fell in less than 72 hours.  […]

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November 9th – 15th – This week in Denver weather history

Sunday, November 9th, 2008 6:08am MDT

Plenty of snow and wind dominate a look back at the Denver weather calendar for this week in weather history – November 9th to the 15th.  PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER CO 645 PM MST SAT NOV 08 2008 …THIS WEEK IN METRO DENVER WEATHER HISTORY… 8-9   IN 1897…WEST WINDS WERE SUSTAINED TO […]

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What does that weather warning mean?

Tuesday, October 21st, 2008 4:19pm MDT

We all are familiar with the crawls on the TV screen or the announcements on the radio for winter weather advisories such as Winter Storm Watch, Blizzard Warning, Freeze Warning and more.  But, how many of us really know what those mean?  There is very specific criteria the National Weather Service follows in issuing these […]

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Winter travel safety – Ensure you and your vehicle are ready

Monday, October 20th, 2008 12:57pm MDT

ThorntonWeather.com presents the first in a series from the National Weather Service (NWS) on Winter Weather Preparedness.  Before hitting the road, Coloradoans need to ensure that they and their vehicles are prepared should inclement weather strike.  Today’s message from the NWS and ThorntonWeather.com highlights the importance of having a proper emergency kit in your vehicle […]

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