Colorado has been getting consistent snowfall since last Friday. Over the weekend, Arapahoe Basin got 12″ of snow, Loveland got 14″, and Wolf Creek claimed 20″. They’ve all gotten a bit of snow since then as well adding to those totals.
Today, Colorado is forecast to see 2-6 more inches of snow.
Loveland opens tomorrow and we’re all waiting for an announcement from A-Basin. We assume A Bay will be open by the weekend.
“Partly sunny and dry conditions will be the rule today after a cold start as high pressure briefly slides over the region. Mid and high clouds will increase today ahead of the next storm system to impact the area Thursday into Friday. Widespread precipitation will occur with rain in the lower valleys and snow in the high country. Snow levels are expected to drop to 7500 feet Thursday night as the cold front passes through with 2 to 6 inches of snow possible. Higher roads and mountain passes will see some accumulating snow, affecting travel Thursday night into Friday morning. Drier air will move in as the system exits the region late in the day on Friday, leading to a dry weekend.” – NOAA, Grand Junction, CO