GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - On the heels of last weekend's big storm, Powderhorn Mountain Resort announced it would open Dec. 13. Or even earlier, weather permitting, said Gabrielle Michna, Powderhorn's sales and marketing manager."We have a pretty good base going on right now," she said. "We got 22 inches at top this past weekend, with 18 inches at the bottom."According to Michna, Powderhorn also started blowing snow Friday, Nov. 9, and the resort plans to maintain its snowpack levels with ongoing snow production."Last year we had some of the best snow in the state and we're absolutely hoping for another great year," she added.Though early-season pass prices officially ended Thursday, Nov. 15, passes will still be available for purchase. The new season price is $520. Still hoping to pick up Powderhorn passes this weekend? You're in luck - they may be purchased Friday, Nov. 16, at Colorado Mesa University's ski swap and Warren Miller film screening. The ski swap is open to the public and will take place at the University Center from 3-9 p.m. The CMU Warren Miller "Flow State" film screening starts at 7 p.m. in the University Center Ballroom. Season passes will also be available Saturday, Nov. 17, at Loki Outerwear in the Redlands, REI and the Battlement Mesa Activity Center."We're right on track for opening day!" Michna said.For more information about Powderhorn Mountain Resort, pricing and lessons, visit www.powderhorn.com.