Some ski resorts are extending their seasons because of late spring snowfall.
The Front Range and the high country have seen significant amounts of snow since the start of April.
The extra snow is not only good for Colorado when it comes to water supply, but it also fuels mountain tourism.
Aspen and Telluride have decided to extend their ski season and officials say other ski resorts might consider doing the same thing.
People are taking advantage of April powder which could eventually translate into additional dollars for the Colorado ski industry during what was an uncertain year.