Wednesday will be mostly dry, then snow will fall from Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
Tuesday morning was (very) fun thanks to the 8-9 inches of snow that fell on Monday night and the additional inch that fell on Tuesday morning.
Then Tuesday night was dry as the brunt of the snowfall shifted to Colorado's southern mountains.
Wednesday will also be mostly dry as the snow stays over Colorado's southern mountains.
Then on Wednesday night through Thursday mid-morning, the storm will track from west to east through Colorado and should drop 2-5 inches of snow with a chance for higher-end totals thanks to an extended period of moist winds during Thursday morning and Thursday midday. The timing of this snow means that there will be some powder (or at least soft conditions) from Thursday morning through Thursday midday.
Thursday afternoon through Friday afternoon will be dry.
From Friday afternoon through Saturday morning, a weak storm will cross the northern mountains (where we are located) and we could sneak out 1-3 inches of snow, which could create semi-soft conditions on Saturday morning.
After that, most of Saturday and Sunday will be dry, then a strong storm should bring snow from Monday through Tuesday, December 12-13, with powder possible on one or both of those days.
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Meteorologist at OpenSnow.com
Snow conditions as of Wednesday morning
New snow mid-mountain:
* 1” (24 hours Tuesday 500am to Wednesday 500am)
* 0” (Overnight Tuesday 400pm to Wednesday 500am)
* 10” Monday - Tuesday (Dec 5-6)
* 15 of 23 lifts
* 68 of 166 trails
* Latest update
Snowpack compared to the 30-year average: