The Colorado Avalanche Information Center (CAIC) has issued a special avalanche advisory for all of the mountainous areas in Colorado through Sunday night.
A Special Avalanche Advisory is in effect for all of the mountainous areas in Colorado beginning Thursday, February 24 at 5:00PM through Sunday, February 27th at midnight. Check https://t.co/E7yJWqyZwj for the most up-to-date conditions for the zones where you plan to travel. pic.twitter.com/UOIp4WNZeO
— CAIC:Statewide Info (@COAvalancheInfo) February 25, 2022
The advisory began Thursday evening and is in effect until midnight Sunday.
Avalanche danger is rated as considerable in the Front Range, Sawatch Range, Vail and Summit County and Steamboat and Flat Tops zones, as of Thursday evening.
The snow this week has boosted the statewide snowpack back to 98% of median as of Thursday morning. Wolf Creek Ski Area received over four feet of fresh powder thanks to the storm.
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