Friday, November 23, 2007

This wintery weather puts me in the mood for skiing

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.

Up north,
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.

1 comment:

Brian Perry said...

Yahoo- some real snow. Keep up the good work.