Friday, February 08, 2008
Snow finally centered on central mountains
Almost all winter storms slamming into Colorado have focused their fury on the southern mountains. Silverton and Telluride would get so much powder they could hardly open. Wolf Creek has snow this season you can measure in stories instead of feet, but Breckenridge, Copper and A Basin have only been logging just a slightly above average winter, with steady snow, but no big dumps. Today the pattern changed. Silverton is reporting two inches. Wolf Creek is reporting 3. Meanwhile, Summit County Resorts garnered about a foot. Monarch, between the two regions, seems to be getting it from every side. If you're skiing this weekend, it will be good. Gods speed.
Posted by Dave Philipps at 7:05 AM