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By Joel Gratz, Founding Meteorologist Posted 1 month ago February 28, 2024

Dry through Saturday, then a storm Sunday into Monday


Tuesday's storm delivered powder, and now we'll see sunny weather from Wednesday through Saturday. After that, the next storm should bring snow from Sunday, March 3 to Monday, March 4.



Tuesday was a wild day with intense snow and gusty winds in the morning, and we picked up about 7 inches at mid-mountain in just a few hours on Tuesday morning to midday.


On Wednesday morning, the storm has moved away, leaving us with clear skies and cold temperatures close to 5°F at sunrise.

Wednesday will be sunny all day with temperatures rapidly rising into the 20s by midday and early afternoon.

Thursday, Friday, Saturday

On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, expect mostly sunny skies and warm daytime highs reaching into the low 30s.

Sunday, Monday

The next storm should bring snow from Saturday night to Monday, and an early look at the details of the storm shows that the highest chance for powder will be on Sunday. Snow totals could reach the double digits, and we'll dial in the details of this storm during the coming days.

Longer Range

We may see drier weather during the middle of next week (Tuesday, March 5 to Wednesday, March 6), and then another storm should bring snow to Colorado sometime in the range of Thursday, March 7 to Saturday, March 9.

My next update will be Thursday morning.

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Snow conditions as of Wednesday morning

New snow mid-mountain:
* 7” (24 hours Tuesday 500am to Wednesday 500am)
* 0” (Overnight Tuesday 500pm to Wednesday 500am)

New snow upper-mountain:
* 5” (24 hours Tuesday 500am to Wednesday 500am)
* 0” (Overnight Tuesday 500pm to Wednesday 500am)

Last snowfall:
* 9.5” Sunday Night to Tuesday (Feb 25-27)

* 17 of 17 lifts
* 116 of 147 trails
* Latest update

Snowpack compared to the 30-year average:
* 88%

About Our Forecaster

Joel Gratz

Founding Meteorologist

Joel Gratz is the Founding Meteorologist of OpenSnow and has lived in Boulder, Colorado since 2003. Before moving to Colorado, he spent his childhood as a (not very fast) ski racer in eastern Pennsylvania.

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