Big snow totals keep falling around the state of Colorado with a recent forecast calling for multiple feet of powder in parts of the state during the next big storm.
According to OpenSnow, the storm will roll into the state on Saturday night, lasting through Wednesday. The deepest snow is projected to fall in the Southern Mountains with the two most likely powder days being Sunday and Tuesday. Mountains in this area will see 1-2 feet of snow, with even more likely dropping at higher non-resort locations. The top three mountains to hit over the next few days according to OpenSnow are Wolf Creek, Purgatory, and Silverton.
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While this storm will be dumping snow in the mountains, elsewhere around the state will be relatively dry and sunny. Colorado Springs will hang around the 50s during this period, with sunny days and almost no chance of precipitation. Denver will likely be similarly warm, though with more clouds. Late rain showers are likely on Tuesday in the Mile High City.
On the Western Slope, Grand Junction will see a bit of precipitation over the weekend (100% chance on Sunday), though temperatures in the 40s will likely keep snow from falling.
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