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Snowy & Windy Day for Colorado and Wyoming

29 Nov 2022, 8:00 am

Winter alerts will continue for portions of  Colorado and Utah overnight as snow accumulations of up to 8-16″ in northern Colorado remain possible. In addition, winds could gust up to 45 mph in these areas. We have a ground blizzard warnings for southern Wyoming as blowing snow is expected through Wednesday. We anticipate difficult travel for the commute in the Denver metro area as snow moves into the region.

In Colorado, the snowfall will be a bit more widespread through the high country with snowfall totals of 6-12″! Most of the moisture will be to the west of the Eisenhower Tunnel with just a few inches possible on the north side of the Denver metro. Still, pockets of low visibility are anticipated on Tuesday morning as snow moves through.

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Originally born in Spokane, Washington,  Jackie's Dad was in the Air Force which led her to a life of travel. She has lived in Wichita, Okinawa, Japan, Baltimore, New Jersey, Indiana and South Carolina.  After graduating from Kadena High School, in Okinawa Japan, she got a full basketball scholarship to Coppin State College. On the court she was a 4-year starter and reached over 1000 points in ... Load Moreher basketball career. She was also named Athlete of the Year for the whole university in 2002. Off the court, she earned a degree in Broadcast Production/English. After college, she landed a job as a radio personality. Jackie went on to have a successful career for 12 years working at KXLY broadcast center. While on the radio, she decided to change career. Jackie went back to school, graduating from the Mississippi State Meteorology Broadcast Program. From snow, to tornadoes, to hurricanes, she has had experience forecasting all these events.