Winter Weather Advisory for Colorado Tonight | 3-7 Inches Forecast & 3 Ski Resorts OPEN

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Colorado has been winning all Fall this year.  Now, Colorado is simply dominating…

Arapahoe Basin, Loveland, & Wolf Creek ski resorts will be open in Colorado this weekend and all of them will have a fresh coat of snow.

NOAA:

For today and tonight: 
An upper level disturbance will move across Colorado tonight. Snow
will develop in the northern mountains late this afternoon and
continue tonight. Rain and snow showers will also form over lower
elevations this evening and then change to all snow around midnight.
A swath of 3 to 5 inches is expected over northeast Colorado. For
the Urban Corridor, snowfall amounts will greatly vary, from up
to 5 inches in the Fort Collins area to less than an inch south of
Denver. For the mountains, snow accumulations of 2 to 7 inches
can be expected across the mountains, with highest amounts over
far northern mountains near the Wyoming border.

Winter Weather Advisories for CO and WY.  Oct. 17th.
Winter Weather Advisories for CO and WY. Oct. 17th.
For Friday through Wednesday: 
Snow will gradually end during the morning hours on Friday as the
upper level trough moves away from the area. For the weekend into
early next week it will be dry with temperatures slightly below
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