Breckenridge Daily Snow

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By Sam Collentine, Meteorologist Posted 2 months ago December 9, 2023

Solid Storm

Summary

3 inches for Saturday morning's report, with a storm total of 6 inches since Thursday night. Cold on Saturday. Mostly dry weather settles in for the next week.

Update

Breckenridge Conditions

Snow Forecast

Snow Report

Storm Recap

We're waking up on Saturday morning to a snow report of 3 inches and a storm total of 6 inches since Thursday night.

My forecast coming into the storm from Thursday morning was for 3-6 inches so we're right in the zone.

Saturday - Sunday

Cold temperatures and light snow showers will be the story on Saturday. These snow showers could linger throughout the day but I'm not expecting much in terms of additional snow.

Temps will also hover in the single digits on Saturday and will struggle to climb into the low teens.

After another chilly night on Saturday night, Sunday should start in the single digits under partly sunny skies. Temps should then slowly climb into the 20s ahead of mostly cloudy skies and light snow showers on Sunday afternoon/evening.

Next Week & Beyond

Patience. That will be the name of the game as we look ahead to December 10-17.

Mostly dry weather will stream overhead through next weekend and we're going to have to wait until December 18-20 for our next best chance at a stronger storm.

The good news is that additional terrain will open thanks to our storm on Friday. The sun angle is also low and our temps should not warm up considerably over the next week so the snow quality should remain in great shape.

More details to come over the next week on how things could shape up during the second half of December.

Thanks for reading! Next update on Sunday.

Sam Collentine

About Our Forecaster

Sam Collentine

Meteorologist

Sam Collentine is the Chief Operating Officer of OpenSnow and lives in Basalt, Colorado. Before joining OpenSnow, he studied Atmospheric Science at the University of Colorado, spent time at Channel 7 News in Denver, and at the National Weather Service in Boulder.

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