UPDATED at 9:56 am: The generous powder lovers at Arapahoe Basin sent a few more pics of the new snow. Check those out after the jump.
Our friends at Open Snow took a tour of the webcams this morning and look, they found snow! Most of the state saw rain showers on Tuesday night, and the cooler temperatures produced snow above 11,000 feet. It looks like the mountains along and north of I-70 scored the most early-season snow, so check out these photos of Copper, Rocky Mountain National Park, Berthoud Pass, Keystone, and Arapahoe Basin. Joel Gratz from Open Snow says this storm dropped between 1-3 inches, but it's only September 10. It also looks like Colorado's front range cities (Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins) should see snow Thursday night and the foothills might be covered in white Friday morning. Keep those snow dances going and we'll be making deep turns in no time.
For more info on the Colorado forecast, head over here.
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