Dry, partly to mostly cloudy, and a high temperature in the upper 20s to low 30s.
Snow should begin on Monday late morning or midday and continue through late Monday night. All models show between 3-6 inches for Copper, so I’ll keep the forecast as-is. There will be softer snow on Monday afternoon, and the best fluffy powder should be on Tuesday morning with cold temperatures in the single digits.
Rest of Next Week
We’ll have a break in the snow on Tuesday, then a series of weak storms will clip northern Colorado from Wednesday through Saturday. Snow amounts during any one 24-hour period may not be that deep, but multiple days of light snow can make conditions sneakily soft and fun, and my picks for the softest snow are Thursday and Friday.
End of January / Early February
Models continue to show that storms will clip northern Colorado with light snow at times over the weekend and through next week, so there might be another day or two with fresh snow before the month is over. And the longer-range forecast is trending toward more active weather for all of Colorado starting in early February.
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Snow conditions as of Sunday morning
New snow mid-mountain:
* 0” (24 hours Saturday 500am to Sunday 500am)
* 0” (Overnight Saturday 400pm to Sunday 500am)
* 7” on Friday & Friday night (January 18)
* 24 of 24 lifts
* 148 of 148 trails
* Latest update
Snowpack compared to 30-year average:
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