Weekend Snow Storm 1/28 – 1/30

Live Weather Conditions

Fort Collins WEATHER

UPDATED 1/30/23 at 11:28 PM 

As the snow has exited our area, the final measurements have been reported to our office.  Here is what we got.

Fort Collins – 0.5 – 1.5″

Loveland – 2 – 2.5″

Windsor 1.5″

Wellington – 0.5″

Any contract that has hit their trigger depth has been cleared or in the process of being cleared. If your community is in an area listed above that did not hit it’s trigger depth.  Please ask your property manager to reach out to us to discuss removal if that is what the association is opting to do. 


Could use a Hot Cocoa,

Joe Potkanowicz- GM

UPDATED 1/30/23 at 7:11 AM 

What a beautiful sunny and 75 day here in Colorado!  Overnight, we saw anywhere from 0.5″ to 1″ fall on your properties. There is still an active band of snow over Southern Fort Collins into Loveland which should be ending here within the next couple of hours.  With that said, all of properties that required contractual removal overnight were completed earlier this morning.  As the storm phases out of the area, we have come to the conclusion that the current accumulation over the past 2 days has not met the 2″+ threshold.  There are a lot of properties that are hovering around 1.5 – 1.75″ depending on where you measure.  This does pose a potential ice hazard due to the frigid temperatures.  If you feel as though your property will need service today, please contact your property manager.  They will discuss with the board and make a determination.  We will have crews out all day today providing ice mitigation and tending to any concerns that come through. 

Please reach out via chat or submit a ticket in the top right corner for assistance!

Happy Monday,

Joe Potkanowicz – GM

UPDATED 1/29/23 at 1:21 PM

As of 1:30 PM today, all of our properties that hit their trigger depth have been cleared and salted to slow accumulation throughout the day.  According to the updated weather models, it seems that the storm will now continue through the day Monday.  Approximately 1.0″ of additional accumulation is expected between now and Monday evening.  Precision has preemptively scheduled crews to deploy early Monday morning for any business or property with a 1″ trigger.   We will be monitoring the snowfall throughout the afternoon and evening and will send out another update when a decision has been made on the 2″ properties. 

Please reach out via chat or submit a ticket in the top right corner for assistance!

Warm Regards,

Joe Potkanowicz, GM

UPDATED 1/29/23 AT 4:10 AM

As of 4:00 AM this morning, here are the snow measurements that were taken by our snow removal supervisors:

Fort Collins: 1 – 1.25″

Loveland: 1 – 1.25″

Windsor: 0.5 – 0.75″ 

Berthoud: 1 – 1.25″

Our commercial and business crews have been deployed for over an hour already and are making their way though the route.   We do not see any obstacle currently that will prevent us from completing our snow removal operations today.  “knock on wood”.  The current temperature at our office is 3 degrees, feels like -12.  With that in mind, please be cognizant of ice today. In these temperatures, it does not take long for ice to form. 

HOA’s with a trigger depth of 1″ will be cleared this morning. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out via chat or submit a ticket in the top right corner.

–Stay Warm Today,

Joe Potkanowicz, GM

UPDATED 1/28/23 at 8:02 PM

This weekend snow storm looks intimidating, however, after more analysis, it looks like we should only expect 2″ at the end of it all.   This storm does pose additional challenges with the most prominent being duration.  As of writing this, we currently have about 0.25″ of accumulation with another 0.5″ – 0.75″ expected overnight.  Due to the cold temperatures expected tomorrow into Monday, if your trigger depth was hit as of Sunday morning, we will be deploying to your property. All businesses / commercial clients will be cleared of snow prior to their individual opening requirements.  Snow is expected through the day Sunday and there is an additional wave of “heavier” snow Sunday evening.

Crews have been scheduled to arrive at our facility around 3 AM Sunday morning to mobilize our snow removal equipment. 

Updates will be posted here as we learn more and our plan changes!

Please reach out via chat or submit a ticket in the top right corner for assistance!

— Joe Potkanowicz

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