Our first all elevation "winter storm" of the season is winding down. Radar imagery from 1221–1512 UTC (0521–0812 MST) shows the last gasp of lake- and mountain enhanced showers decaying and moving downstream.
We had just enough to coat the grass around campus. Up at Alta-Collins, there is a 5" snow total with 0.27" of water equivalent, clearly on the low end of the most likely range we discussed yesterday. Maybe they will pick up a bit more, but these are pretty paltry numbers and nothing to get excited about.
I don't know what you people have done to irritate Mother Nature, but kiss and make up now. This has been going on for 5 years now. FIVE LONG YEARS. I'm not getting any younger and I don't want this year to be a sixth.