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Colorado weather forecast: Mountain snow slowly ending, windy again Wednesday in foothills

5:31 PM, Jan 14, 2014   |    comments
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KUSA - Snow will be ending Tuesday afternoon in the High Country as winds relax a little across the foothills and through the Denver metro area, according to the Colorado weather forecast.

Gusty wind moved over the Front Range this morning as a few bands of snow moved through, but the wind has now shifted more over the eastern plains.

A HIGH WIND WARNING remains in effect until 7 p.m. for locations near Yuma, Wray and Burlington. Gusts to 60 mph will be possible on the far eastern plains.

Rabbits Ears Pass and Loveland Pass are among the roads closed because of the extreme conditions. Berthoud Pass is back open after workers cleaned up a triggered avalanche that was between 100 and 150 feet wide and over 20 feet deep.

Ski resorts in our mountain areas have enjoyed several days of powder. A much drier weather pattern will set up for the rest of the week and the weekend.

A few mountain resorts have seen a foot or more of snow accumulation in just the last 48 hours.

Resort 24 hr Total 48 hr Total

A Basin 7" 12"
Aspen Highlands 0" 9"
Aspen Mtn. 4" 4"
Beaver Creek 1" 9"
Breckenridge 10" 22"
Buttermilk 0" 3"
Copper Mtn. 8" 16"
Crested Butte 1" 5"
Eldora 6" 13"
Howelsen 3" 4"
Keystone 4" 7"
Loveland 5" 10.5"
Monarch .5" .5"
Powderhorn 0" 2"
Purgatory 0" 1"
Silverton 9" 9"
Ski Cooper 4" 10"
Ski Granby Ranch 4" 6"
Snowmass 7" 7"
Steamboat 7" 15"
Sunlight 0" 3"
Telluride 0" 9"
Vail 4" 13"
Winter Park 4" 13"
Wolf Creek 0" 2"

Temperatures quickly rebound for the rest of the week. Highs Wednesday will be back in the middle 50s. We'll briefly dip back into the 40s Thursday. Friday through the weekend looks very mild with highs back in the 50s.

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