Snowmaking and mountain operations crews are doing a great job despite the dry weather. Snowmaking continued all day on Sunday and all night on Sunday night.
The weather this week will be dry and mostly sunny with high temperatures in the 30s and lows in the teens and 20s. This should make for comfortable ski conditions during the day and allow crews to continue to make snow at night. There is a small chance that we could see light snow on Thursday. If future model runs continue to show this, I'll talk more about it in my post on Tuesday.
The next chance for more significant snow will be between December 16-18 as two storms clip Colorado's northern mountains. It's possible that Copper will see significant accumulations, and it's also possible that we'll only see a little bit or no snow. I am hoping for the best and will keep you posted with daily updates!
JOEL GRATZ, Meteorologist at OpenSnow.com
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