While Coloradans around the metro might have noticed a few damp roads Sunday morning, several ski resorts throughout the state woke up to the sight of fresh powder.
The most impressive totals were in Crested Butte, where about 11 inches of snow fell at the mountain over the last 24 hours.
Aspen Snowmass received about eight inches, while Telluride had nearly seven inches fall along their 23 trails.
Steamboat Springs, Winter Park and Monarch Mountain each got about six inches of fresh snow, according to 9NEWS meteorologist Belen De Leon.
That's just slightly less than Loveland Ski Area, Keystone, Purgatory and Breckenridge, where five inches of snow fell overnight.
Those ideal skiing conditions have caused a few headaches for those traveling along the I-70 mountain corridor.
Snow showers are expected to continue throughout the morning Sunday, but will diminish by the afternoon.
Wednesday could bring another chance of rain and snow showers to the state.