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Weather in the News

October 29, 2009

Dreaming of a white Halloween? If you live in the Denver area and the foothills of the Rockies, you're in luck! Up to a foot of snow is possible for Denver, with other areas seeing upwards to two feet. The low pressure causing this headache (or laying down a nice base, if you're a skiier), is also whipping up winds in Southwest, where dust storms have been reported. When I was looking at weather reports, I saw gusts over 50 mph in some areas. Scary part is that I probably missed some even higher reports.

No, this doesn't mean global warming is done.