While many parts of the country are still recovering from last week’s winter storms, and while airlines continue to struggle with getting everyone home following the holidays, the southwest United States is preparing for yet another series of winter storms. According to WeatherNation, parts of the Four Corners states (Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona) can expect to receive up to 2 feet of snow at higher elevations throughout the rest of the week.

Skiers at the Front Range resorts in Colorado shouldn’t get their hopes high, as Breckenridge should expect a maximum of 1″, while Winter Park may receive 3-5″. Both Steamboat and Telluride, on the other hand, are set to receive 15-18″ in the next storm, bringing their already high snow totals even higher. Wolf Creek, one of Colorado’s far south resorts, is expecting a massive dump of 18-24″.

Meanwhile, in Utah and Wyoming, Snowbird, Park City, and Jackson Hole, are expecting around 3-6″, while Alta and White Pine are expecting 12-15″. On the higher end of the region, Powder Mountain is expecting 15-18″.

Unfortunately for skiers in the southern two Four Corners states, Arizona and New Mexico are set to see just a few fingers branching off from the upcoming weather. However, Santa Fe and Gallup in New Mexico may be receiving 1-3″, and Grand Canyon village and Flagstaff in Arizona may see up to 6″.

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