Whether you've prayed for snow or performed your snowdance, it worked.
We finally saw some winter weather over the weekend, both here in the Grand Valley and across the state.
According to the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network's website, Grand Junction got two inches Saturday night into Sunday, while mountain locations saw several, much-needed inches.
Snowmass got 14 inches, and Aspen Mountain received 15.
And our very own powder horn posted on their face book page that they saw 7 inches of fresh powder this weekend, bringing their base to 21 inches.
Powderhorn opens for the season this Thursday.
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