Although Denver has had a very quiet first-half to the 2013 -14 snow season, Coloradans know that, because the Front Range can receive much of its annual snowfall during the spring months, we’re not necessarily out of the woods.
In fact, residents of the Mile High City still talk about the whopper March 2003 storm that dumped 31.8 inches of heavy, wet spring snow onto Denver, and many feet of snow onto the foothills communities.
So, as we move through winter months toward spring, we need to keep vigilant and make sure our homes are properly protected. The Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association (RMIIA) and Ready Colorado both offer some valuable tips.
Take measures now, so that, even if “the big one” hits, you’ll be well prepared.