A winter storm is headed for Colorado over the next few days which could be historic. OpenSnow meteorologist Joel Gratz told The Know Outdoors that the storm has the potential to drop as much as 5 feet of snow on Colorado ski areas.
“This storm potentially has some parallels to the March 2003 storm,” Gratz said. “It’s far too early to know if it’s analogous, but the key ingredient for this storm is that it could provide snow for about 60 hours. If the storm is in the right position for the majority of those 60 hours, we could hit the high end of the range.”
Read the full interview here – This week’s storm could bring up to 5 feet of snow to some Colorado ski areas, but forecasts vary wildly