More snow on the way? Forecaster predicts multiple chances for high-elevation snow over the next week.

After Summit County saw its first dusting of snow earlier this week, OpenSnow founding meteorologist Joel Gratz if forecasting two more chances for high-elevation snow in the next seven to eight days.

According to Gratz’s forecast, the first storm will bring both rain and snow from Thursday, Sept. 14, through Sept. 15 with snowflakes falling as low as 10,000-11,000 feet.

The second chance of snow will likely occur around Thursday, Sept. 21, and is predicted to bring colder temperatures and maybe enough moisture for snow.

In between the two weather patterns, Gratz predicts a mix of sunny skies and intermittent rain showers in the region.

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