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Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: a little here and there

That blob over Colorado represents more snow this week.
That blob over Colorado represents more snow this week.
National Weather Service

The recent snow pattern has definitely favored the northern and central mountains of Colorado, leaving the southwest portion of the state high and dry. That pattern looks to continue this week. Rather than stuck at zero, as with the last round of snow, the southwest mountains should see some accumulations.

The accumulations this week aren’t expected to be more than two or three inches per day, though we’ll see spikes at select ski areas as we did overnight at Breckenridge, Copper Mountain and Sunlight.

Stay tuned for the latest here every morning, and we’ll update you on the current terrain report this weekend. In the meantime, here are the 24-hour totals from across Colorado…

Arapahoe Basin: 2”

Aspen Highlands: 0”

Aspen Mountain: 0”

Beaver Creek: 2”

Breckenridge: 5”

Buttermilk: 0”

Copper Mountain: 4”

Crested Butte: 0”

Eldora: 2”

Keystone: 2”

Loveland: 2”

Monarch: 0”

Powderhorn: 0”

Purgatory: 0”

Ski Granby Ranch: NA

Ski Cooper: 0”

Snowmass: 0”

Steamboat: 2”

Sunlight: 4”

Telluride: 0”

Vail: 2”

Winter Park: 3”

Wolf Creek: 0”

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