Colorado's ski resorts are in great shape from several days of light to moderate snow this week!
Arapahoe Basin had some of the lightest snow accumulations this week, but according to the ski area, it felt deeper. Breckenridge took the lead this week with 12 inches measured since Monday.
Monarch kept up pace with 7 inches of snow, adding to a current base of 52 inches!
Friday will be a dry day for most ski areas but with increasing cloud cover and fairly gusty winds during the daytime.
Light snow is expected to move through the mountains Friday evening, and leave Saturday morning.
Loveland will likely see snow through Saturday morning, but with snow totals staying at or below two inches. Monarch will see maybe a dusting to light flurries at best. It'll be cold and breezy on both Saturday and Sunday.
Sunday looks like an amazing day on the slopes, with sunny skies and highs up into the 20s for both ski areas.
We're going to be warmer in both Keystone and Breckenridge over the weekend, but still with a chance for snow Friday night into Saturday morning. Both ski areas could see somewhere between a dusting to 2 inches of snow.
It'll be chilly with gusty winds on both Friday and Saturday, but amazing on Sunday with sunny skies and mild temperatures.
Last thing to note, be careful driving on Hoosier, Loveland, Vail, and Berthoud Passes Saturday morning, as all of them could be slick with fresh snowfall from Friday night.