If you’ve still got a few extra vacation days left after an already amazing ski season in Colorado, Wednesday and Thursday might be good days to use them up.
According to OpenSnow, some spots around Colorado may see up to 15 inches during a storm that’s blowing through the state on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Most mountainous areas of the state will see at least 5 to 10 inches with the most fresh powder on the slopes Thursday morning. See their full in-depth report here.
Elsewhere around Colorado, expect a week with big weather changes.
In Colorado Springs, Monday’s high near 75 will likely fade away with a 40% chance of snow come Wednesday night. Expect high fire danger due to dry, windy conditions in the area (and along most of the Front Range) throughout the week. After snow hits, temperatures probably won’t break 50 until Sunday.
Expect Denver to stay a little warmer, with a much greater chance of rain than snow on Wednesday.
In Grand Junction, expect temperatures to stick around the 50s throughout the next week, with a small chance for precipitation every day. Rain is most likely here on Wednesday.
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