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2021-2022 Snow Season

  • You may send in your March snowfall to The current snow tables are here.   
  • If you want your station to be added to the spotter snow tables for the upcoming 2021-2022 season, send me an email to
  • The final 2020-21 spotter snow table can be found here.
  • For Winter reporting guidelines, see the following link to the Skywarn page here.
  • CoCoRahs provides an excellent training sources for measuring snow. Check it out here.
  • Seasonal and monthly snowfall maps have been updated through March 2022 and are here

2022 Spotter Training

  • The good news is we will be going to live and in person training for the 2022 season. Click here for the schedule. Of course live training availability will be up to local city and county COVID requirements. The bulk of the training opportunities will occur in March and April. 
  • If you live in and near any of the 2020 fire burn scars across Northern Colorado you may be eligible for a rain gauge. Please email to inquire about these gauges. 

Online Reporting Form

  • There is an on-line reporting form for sending in winter and severe weather reports. The link can be found at Please bookmark this address. This can also be used from your mobile device. 
  • Please indicate your spotter number on the last entry page (Review and Send). This will help us identify you as an officially trained spotter. 
  • Caution: Do not use Internet Explorer, except for the new Edge Internet browser with Microsoft. Chrome and Firefox will also work. 
  • The new address can still be found under the drop down menu from current hazards from 

Previous News:  

  • Submit storm report will be on the far left hand pull down menu under current hazards.
  • If you have moved and changed addresses or phone numbers,  please send me a quick note with the change to
  • Thanks for all your continuing support in the Spotter Program. Scott Entrekin