Clouds are hanging over the Out There world headquarters in Colorado Springs,which makes me itch to hit the mountains and finally sample some winter.
Things are looking up a bit in the highcountry after a ridiculously warm, dry November.
A cold low pressure system is moving into the 4 corners region, and is expected to move across southern Colorado today, with some snow across all areas, light up north and moderate/ heavy for the south with snow morning through evening, decreasing overnight. A quick look at the radar shows most of the action tracking south through the San Juans.
Durango is reporting 8 inches since 3 a.m.
Wolf Creek is reporting a desperately needed 6.
Telluride (which has yet to open) is calling for 4 - 8.
Keystone and Breckenridge, which got 6 inches Wednesday, are predicting another 1-4 today.
Vail and BC are calling for showers.
Crested Butte says forecasts call for 100% chance of snow.
Looks like for now, we'll still be surfing the corduroy like the fellow above, at Vail.