Snow keeps falling around Colorado and that trend will continue throughout this week.

According to a report by OpenSnow, a storm Monday to Tuesday will drop 6 to 12 inches in the mountains, followed by a Wednesday to Thursday storm that could drop anywhere from 6 to 18 inches in the mountains depending on the specific location. Both of these storms seem to hit the heaviest in the southern part of the state, with Wolf Creek expecting 33 inches over 5 days, far more than any other resort. Read the full in-depth report with specifics on what’s falling where here.

Elsewhere around the state, Colorado Springs will be mostly dry and mostly sunny, though this depends on whether or not a storm shifts that direction. Denver will be a little cloudier with a small chance of precipitation throughout the week, though temperatures in the 40s will likely prevent accumulation of snow. That being said, some local sources are reporting that 6 inches could be possible in Denver.

On the Western Slope, Grand Junction will likely have rain to start the week before incoming sunny skies.


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