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Chance of rain, thunder, snow in forecast this week

Unsettled weather, including rain, thunderstorms and snow could continue over the next two weeks, according to local weather forecasts.

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Melting snow floods parts of campground

What started as a trickle quickly turned into a steady stream of water Thursday night at Steamboat Campground.

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Rain, snow showers likely for closing weekend

Meteorologists say closing weekend at the Steamboat Ski Area could be accompanied by some rain, as well as some snow at higher elevations.

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Another storm could hit Steamboat Tuesday

A complicated jet stream pattern during the next two weeks could bring moderate snowfall to Steamboat Ski Area this week and immediately following the mountain’s scheduled closing April 10.

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Denver roundtrips only storm-caused casualty to flights at Yampa Valley Airport

Storm brings welcome moisture to high country

Spring storm clogged Front Range transportation hubs while flights from Dallas and Atlanta arrived early at Yampa Valley Regional Airport west of Steamboat Springs.

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Snowy week forecast for Steamboat Springs

Clouds were expected to build up Sunday night with snow showers on Mount Werner beginning by sunrise Monday, according to a forecast from Steamboat Springs meteorologist Mike Weissbluth, who runs

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Dry February in Colorado Rockies puts emphasis on spring snow storms

Normal February precipitation in the city of Steamboat Springs is 1.9 inches of moisture, according to the National Weather Service. In February 2016, Steamboat saw just 1.36 inches.

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Steamboat could see a wet snow storm Sunday and Monday

The storm’s energy will become more wintry by Sunday night, but it will really begin to deliver the goods Monday, when the flow at mountain-top elevations begins to move from the northwest, favoring Mount Werner and Steamboat Ski Area.

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Forecasters predict return to winter conditions

On Tuesday morning, Joel Gratz's daily blog post was titled "There goes the sun."

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Rabbit Ears Pass snowpack well above average

The water stored in the standing snow on Rabbit Ears Pass on Feb. 19 was 139 percent of median, in spite of two weeks of dry weather in the middle of the month.

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Snow will taper off Monday night, return Thursday night

Snowfall in the region is expected to taper off Monday night and not return until at least Thursday evening, when a small system moves through the area, according to the National Weather Service.

Snow returns to forecast

With clear skies this week, skiers and riders got a taste of spring conditions, and snow has returned to the forecast.

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Snow water stored on Rabbit Ears Pass is 135 percent of median for Feb. 1

Steamboat skiers and snowboarders prefer their champagne dry, but the relatively wet snow that buried the slopes over the weekend put a big boost into the snowpack on nearby Rabbit Ears Pass

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After a sunny Saturday, snow could return to Steamboat Sunday night

Almost daily snow freshens slopes

It may be the frequency of snow events over the last 14 days in Steamboat Springs that has people shaking their heads, because the snow totals are not out of the ordinary for January.

January snowfall at Steamboat Ski Area playing catch-up with December's 101 inches

Snow accumulation could reach double digits

December 2015 totaled a robust 101 inches of snowfall at mid-mountain at Steamboat Ski Area, including a run of 31.5 inches Dec. 15-17.

Above-average snowpack in Northwest Colorado, in spite of El Nino concerns

The snowpack in the mountains surrounding Steamboat Springs are at 103 percent of median, the lowest in the state. But at least it’s in plus territory during an El Niño year.

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Heavy snowfall ruled out but frequent precipitation could periodically freshen slopes

Steamboat due for series of light snowfalls

There could be 12-hour periods when no snow falls, but other times when some late afternoon snow carries into a snowy night, producing a powder day in the Priest Creek aspen glades.

How snowy was December? City crews removed more than 1K truckloads of the white stuff

City crews removed more than 1K truckloads of the white stuff

A recent pause to the snowfall could end this week when snow returns to the forecast.

Chances of snow next week

After temperatures dipped to -18 degrees on New Year's Eve night, warmer weather is in store for the weekend with a high of 27 degrees Sunday.

Keep pets safe and warm in frigid temps

The subzero temperatures in Northwest Colorado are no joke, and taking proper precautions to protect pets is vitally important to their health, according to Yampa Valley pet experts. Perhaps the most important message veterinarians and the Humane Society want pet owners to hear is that if it’s too cold for you, it’s too cold for your pet.