More than a foot of snow pummeled the metro area on Friday, part of a winter storm that shattered three Denver snowfall records before moving east this afternoon. The brunt of the storm, which began Thursday evening, is over, and temperatures will start to climb today and tomorrow, said Jim Kalina, meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Boulder. Not much more than flurries will fall through the rest of the day. The previous record for heaviest snowfall in one day in February was 9 ½ inches, set on Feb. 22, 1909, Kalina said. Friday’s total snowfall of 12 ½ inches broke the 103-year-old record by 3 inches. While some residents were digging out, others were having fun playing in the fresh snow.
(all Photos courtesy Denver Post)
And that is what was happening in MY corner of the world!
joining these fun parties!