Photos: Top ten ways to tell a supposedly huge snowstorm isn't as bad as advertised
Over the past couple of days, forecasts have predicted that Denver would get hit by a major winter storm, with snowfall totals up to nine inches in the city. But at this writing, the weather system seems to be bringing bitterly cold temperatures but not nearly as much of the white stuff as predicted to most parts of the metro area -- something that seems to happen pretty often around here.
How can you tell a supposedly huge storm isn't as bad as advertised? Here's our photo-illustrated top ten.
Reporters have to look for piles of snow to stand in. Number 9:
You were looking forward to showing up for work late, but you actually get there early. Continue to keep counting down the top ten ways to tell a supposedly huge storm isn't as bad as advertised.Next Page
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