Our weather through mid-week of November 26-30th looks dry and warming up with a probable 60 degree Thanksgiving Day at 7,000′! But a strong chance of a pattern change is coming our way next week around the 29th according to various models especially the European that you can see below from OpenSnow. No snow on the horizon for the San Juan until then.
The good news is that most models show a more active pattern setting up next week, with the first storm arriving on or near November 29th. Here is the average forecast from 51 versions of the European model. Blue colors indicate cooler and stormier weather.
The even better news is that most models show a continuation of the active pattern as we move into early December. Again, the average of 51 versions of the European model.
None of this means that we are guaranteed big snow on November 29th and every day after. It simply means that the weather pattern will likely become stormier and colder across the western US, and this could translate into more consistent snow here in Colorado.