One year

One year ago the Storm Of 2006 hit Denver sideways and sent us reeling. The entire city (and metro area) shut down as the snow fell and the plows failed to keep up. I’ve posted about it here a few months back The funny part is that I leave town this weekend and from what I’m seeing on the weather reports, we’re going to get a small anniversary reminder in a storm here today. 9news currently reports,

Today: Snow’s headed our way, along with gusty winds and falling temperatures. As of 10:00 we noticed a drop in temperature from 38 degrees to 31, and clouds have started to gather over the foothills. At this time it looks like snow will develop over the city around 2:15 PM. This snow will be at its heaviest through the evening rush hour and won’t really end until 10:00 PM. By 8:00 PM most metro areas will get from between 1 and 3 inches, while the foothills get around 2 to 5 inches. Remember that there’s a SNOW ADVISORY for the southern foothills, from just north of Colorado Springs to the New Mexico state line. Expect up to 6 inches of snow down there and 30 mph wind gusts. Stay with 9NEWS, and 9NEWS Weather Plus for further weather updates..

As far as I can tell, the storm isn’t going to do much on Saturday when I head out but this being Denver, I’m going early to the airport just in case.

3 Comments so far

  1. dicker (unregistered) on December 21st, 2007 @ 3:28 pm

    ok Aaron, you know I love you and all and I say this with total respect and respek, but TOO MUCH BLOGGING ABOUT THE WEATHER!!!

    Your friend, Dicker.

    PS – go back to the food, I like me the food blogging.

  2. Aaron DeLay (unregistered) on December 22nd, 2007 @ 1:05 am


    I was wondering if someone was gonna get all uppity…:) Just kiddin’. To be honest, I love talking about food more because 1) I get to eat good food and 2) and I get to describe it in detail to make people want to go there….so yea. When I get back on the wagon after Christmas Vacation, I’ll be hitting you sideways with some foods shtuff.

    Woot and stuf. Oh…and MERRY CHRISTMAS!

  3. dicker (unregistered) on December 22nd, 2007 @ 5:29 am

    werd. I’m personally on the lookout for an Eastern European place in the Metro area. Pierogies, blintzes, latkes, that sort of thing… Have yet to find a place.

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