A quick update to fan the flames of your already stokedness
The conditions are phenomenal. Our cycle last week of almost 2 feet (I'd wager to day it was even more) and about 3-4 yesterday and more today has left the mountain skiing superbly. Trees are deep with good coverage, lots of untracked to lightly tracked terrain all over the mountain. Groomers are magic carpets guaranteed to make you a hero on the corduroy. We still need more snow of course but there are more storms headed our way including a Saturday into Sunday storm that is looking promising. The ice storm we had is still presenting some issues with stability in certain steeper areas but the Patrol was blasting yesterday so all should be good to go out over in St. Pats and other high up open areas. These are closed at this time. Pony and Morningside are also closed and I am pretty confident they will open soon (Pony is open for hike to/ Skin to skiing)
Here's the forecast this AM
THE CHANCE FOR SNOW WILL CONTINUE THURSDAY BEFORE WINDING DOWN THURSDAY NIGHT INTO FRIDAY. EXPECT SNOW TO REDEVELOP SATURDAY NIGHT...MAINLY OVER THE NORTHERN AND CENTRAL COLORADO MOUNTAINS. SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL IS POSSIBLE OVER THESE AREAS AS PERSISTENT SNOW LINGERS INTO THE EARLY PART OF THE COMING WEEK.