A second blizzard has hit the plains. This time, the storm hit a bit farther south impacting western Colorado, southwest Kansas, and the panhandles of both Texas and Oklahoma. Snow totals and winds are not as bad as the storm that hit the northern plains earlier in the week, but bad enough to cause a lot of headaches. Here's a news report from Fox31 in Denver. The YouTube video below shows some of the traffic conditions. Truthfully, it doesn't look that bad. I don't know why these people are just spinning their wheels like they are. They must be on a hill, but it doesn't look like it in the video. You decide.
Denver's seasonal snowfall has been 18-36 inches through February 2009. It's hard to tell exactly looking at this map.