Colorado’s Statewide Snowpack Is Currently 138% Of Average

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Current Snow Coverage In The United States. Image: Intellicast

As of November 1st, 2018, Colorado’s statewide snowpack is 138% of average. It’s looking like this snowpack will improve over the weekend, as a powerful winter storm is headed to the state. While it’s too early in this season for these numbers to mean much, it’s still a great sign for the winter ahead in Colorado.

 “Preliminary snowpack data as of November 1st. It’s way too early in the season for these         numbers to carry any weight but at least we’re off to a good start.”

– NOAA Pueblo, CO

CO Snowpack Summary. Image: SNOTEL

CO Snowpack By The Numbers:

Upper Rio Grande: 216% of Average

San Miguel, Dolores, Animas, & San Juan: 213% of Average

Arkansas: 189% of Average

Gunnison: 150% of Average

Statewide: 138% of Average

South Platte: 130% of Average

Colorado: 121% of Average

Yampa & White: 75% of Average

North Platte: 70% of Average

CO Snowpack Comparison. Image: SNOTEL
Telluride Ski Resort, CO on Thursday. Image: Telluride Resort Facebook

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