Colorado Avalanche Information Center
The spring storm moving slowly across Colorado is expected to dump more than 2 feet of snow in parts the mountains by the end of Friday, making avalanche conditions dangerous.
Forecasters say a strong storm that is expected to dump more than 2 feet of snow in parts of Colorado’s mountains on Thursday and Friday will increase the danger of avalanches.
After two weeks of cold and snow, a mild extended forecast means there’ll likely be a big draw to Colorado’s high country this weekend.
More than 4 feet of new snow in the mountains has helped boost Colorado’s snowpack, especially in the state’s southwestern corner.
The snow has been off-and-on in the high country since Saturday and more is expected there over the next few days. But it’s exactly what snowmobilers want to see.
The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning for Wolf Creek Pass as Pacific moisture brings heavy snow and strong winds to the Continental Divide through Monday.
Searchers have recovered the body of a skier who was killed in an avalanche on Aspen Mountain.
One person is dead after getting trapped in an avalanche late Monday afternoon near Aspen.
A Presidents Day storm dropped more than a foot of snow on parts of the Colorado mountains Monday and left some roads in Denver and Colorado Springs glazed with ice for the morning commute.
The Colorado Avalanche Information Center shows nearly all of Colorado’s high country is ripe for an avalanche and forecasters have their eyes on how the new snow is going to change things.