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3 inches for Saturday's report. 15 inches over the past 5 days. Very cold with lingering snow showers on Saturday. Another round of light snow Sunday evening. Very cold with lingering snow showers on Monday. Dry and much warmer Tuesday into Wednesday. More snow Thursday, March 30 into Friday, March 31.


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65” Base Depth

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257" Current Season


We came into the second half of Friday thinking that we would receive 2-4 inches. We've now awoken to 3 inches on Saturday morning. Good to see and a great way to start the weekend.

Our storm from Friday night is now well to our east but we'll continue to receive mostly cloudy skies and lingering snow showers through Saturday afternoon. As we've been discussing all week, it's now VERY cold on Saturday morning with temps hovering well below 0°F. They will only rise into the low single digits so bundle up out there.

Sunday - Monday

We'll then receive some clearing on Saturday night and into Sunday morning, along with lighter winds compared to Saturday. Temps will once again start below 0°F before rising to near 10°F under partly sunny skies by midday Sunday.

For the second half of Sunday and into Monday, we'll be tracking another cold ripple in the atmosphere that we'll produce anywhere from 1-3 inches through Monday morning. This wave will also tow in another day of single-digit temps. Winter has a firm grip on Colorado and there's really no end in sight.

Tuesday - Wednesday

Dry weather and much warmer temps will then prevail on Tuesday and into Wednesday. Look for mid-mountain temps back in the upper 20s to low 30s under partly sunny skies.

Thursday & Beyond

Not much has changed as we look ahead to the storm during the final days of March. The storm could arrive as early as Wednesday night, with the heaviest snow on Thursday, followed by lingering snow showers into Friday. This looks like another 4-8 inch storm but as always, we'll adjust as we get closer.

Looking further ahead, we'll likely receive dry weather on Saturday, April 1 and into Sunday, April 2 ahead of yet another cold storm early in the week of April 3-5. More details to come.

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