Colorado continues to see big late season snow. Avalanches are still a very real possibility in Colorado. Please go to the Colorado Avalanche Information Center (CAIC) for the latest avalanche forecasts: CAIC website. There was a devastating avalanche on Loveland Pass this weekend. Lets all be very careful out there.
Tuesday morning could be very good at both Arapahoe Basin & Loveland. Both of which are open daily right now.
COLORADO SNOW FORECAST:
– 6-12” today
– 2-4” tonight
For today and tonight:
Snow will increase in the mountains through the day and in the
footihlls by this afternoon. Snow accumulations by late tonight
will range from 6 to 12 inches. Over northeast Colorado a strong cold
front will move across the area late this morning into the
afternoon hours with gusty northeast winds developing. Behind the
front snow will develop near the Wyoming border by midday and then
move southward across the Front Range. The snow will continue
tonight with accumulations of 2 to 4 inches possible with locally
up to 6 inches near the foothills and across the Palmer Divide.
For Tuesday through Sunday:
The chance of snow will linger into Tuesday morning mainly south
of I-70 with additional accumulations up to an inch. Drier
weather and warmer temperatures are expected from Wednesday