Due to familiarity with almost all areas, discussed in this thread I couldn't resist piping in FWLIW:
-I was just up in Bellingham, visiting family, including my nephew into getting inverted at Baker
-Went to school in Boulder and worked at Eldora for three years. Sister ran the nordic center.
-Had a three year 'sabbatical' at WP, including skiing among literally the first tracks in bottomless (no base ever
previously) the year MJ opened.
-skied all over Summit, Vail Copper, etc.
-been in the SW of CO: Telluride, Purg & Wolf Creek (historically most snow in state)
It has been cyclical in all areas of the state over this period, but it feels like the winters are warmer and less regular and predictable snow. The SW has a different weather pattern than the north. Last year in the SW (while northern CO was great), it was dry until big dumps in March and great late season skiing. The year before was big snows. At Eldora, the wind and drifting can be unbearable and amazing. The 'donut hole' affect seemed chronic, but I've also had among my most memorable powder days there, especially while night skiing. Timing was critical. The terrain at WP, A-Basin, Copper, Highlands & Vail and historically decent snows makes for many good days. Then there's backcountry skiing and touring.....
Maybe your company's business plan should include skiing on weekdays for better morale and productivity.
30 years ago, during my first fall in Boulder as a freshman, we were playing frisbee in shorts on a Wednesday and skiing waste deep in Vail's back bowls on Saturday. I've been spoiled since and had zero regrets moving to CO since! Good luck with the move.