DENVER (CBS4) – Wednesday night’s storm brought a mix of wintry weather to the Denver metro area, and dumped half a foot of snow at most Colorado ski resorts.

It’s just in time for opening day at Keystone, where lifts open for the first time all season at 9 a.m. Friday. Loveland, which already opened on October 29, received seven inches of snow overnight.

(credit: Keystone webcam)

(credit: Keystone webcam)

Steamboat received six inches overnight, Winter Park had eight inches, Vail had six inches, Copper had nine inches, and Beaver Creek received 13 inches over the past 24 hours, with flakes still falling on the webcam.

Further south, Powderhorn Resort received five inches and Crested Butte received seven.

(credit: Beaver Creek webcam)

(credit: Beaver Creek webcam)

(credit: Winter Park)

(credit: Winter Park)

(credit: Copper Mountain)

(credit: Copper Mountain)

Opening Dates:

  • Arapahoe Basin, Loveland – opened Thursday, October 29
  • Keystone – Friday, November 6
  • Wolf Creek – Wednesday, November 11
  • Copper Mountain, Breckenridge – Friday, November 13
  • Winter Park – Wednesday, November 18
  • Vail, Eldora – Friday, November 20
  • Steamboat, Crested Butte, Beaver Creek – Wednesday, November 25
  • Aspen, Snowmass, Telluride – Thursday, November 26
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