Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-03-04 16:38:13 –
The first few days of March were dry in the highlands. The state is watching snow from the storm on Thursday. It supports the eastern plains of the cyclone, which creates uphill snow for the I-25 and the hills.
The mountains east of the Continental Divide take full advantage of this storm, up to 6 inches. The Central Mountain Range is visible a few inches. San Juan saw this storm when he first moved to the state late Wednesday night, and the total was high until Thursday night, usually less than a foot.
This rapid snow blast leads to a tough trip on Thursday nights and Friday mornings. But you don’t have to wait long for the sun to melt in the early afternoon.
The rest of the weekend is calm, with most ski areas above freezing and reaching 40s and even 50s on Saturdays and Sundays. Refreezing overnight can cause some freezing points on the slopes. On the plus side of the warm climate, the winds are mild on weekends.
Don’t forget to wear sunscreen and wear some light layers that can be easily removed if it gets too warm.
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