Webcam view from the most recent snowstorm at the Telluride Ski Resort.
Early winter storms have been making their rounds in the West, and up next on their list: Colorado. The Centennial State is starting to feel like winter with six new inches in the San Juan Mountains. From the same storm system, Wolf Creek and Loveland accumulated three to four inches, whereas Summit County got one to two inches, and this is the only beginning. A winter weather advisory is in effect for a storm that’s about to dump in the San Juans. 12 inches are expected, and snow is forecasted through Friday. Get ready Colorado!
Here's a quick round up a few Colorado ski webcams:
Wolf Creek:From the Treasure Stoke chairlift—and it’s still snowing. Wolf Creek Photo.
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