By Meteorologist Joel Gratz
Tuesday July 29th at 9:47am
The Colorado Daily Snow
Summary Heavy rain will likely fall from Tuesday evening through Wednesday from Denver north to Wyoming and there is a high chance of flooding. Other areas of Colorado will see healthy rain but lower chances of flooding. Below-average temperatures will stay with us through early August. Details Colorado has experienced a rather typical summer so far with about average precipitation and average temperatures. Of course some areas have been hotter...
Snow reports provided by SnoCountry.
|Location||New Snow||Reported At||Base Depth||Conditions||Lifts Open||Trails Open||Acres Open||Current Temp|
|Aspen Highlands||Not Available|
|Berthoud Pass||Not Available|
|Cameron Pass||Not Available|
|Copper Mountain||Not Available|
|Crested Butte||Not Available|
|Loveland Ski Area||Closed|
|Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort||Closed|
|Rocky Mountain National Park||Not Available|
|Ski Granby Ranch||Closed|