From The Denver Post (Joey Bunch):
Steamboat Springs was expected to pick up 6 inches of snow from a fast-moving Pacific storm Wednesday night and Thursday morning, as snow finally returned to the Colorado forecast. Lighter amounts were expected in Aspen, Grand and Summit counties. A mix of rain and snow moved into the northern mountains Wednesday evening. Sporadic precipitation could linger into the weekend before a more powerful storm moves in Saturday night, forecasters said…
Snowpack statewide is 41 percent of the state’s 30-year average, but just 39 percent and 37 percent, respectively, in the ski-rich Colorado River basin and the shared basin of the Yampa and White rivers.
NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) December 06, 2012