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Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: another powder day today

Loveland was the center of the snow vortex with 10 1/2" in the past 24 hours, 8 1/2 of it overnight. Plus, the ski area went over the 400-inch mark for the season.
Loveland was the center of the snow vortex with 10 1/2" in the past 24 hours, 8 1/2 of it overnight. Plus, the ski area went over the 400-inch mark for the season.Dustin Schaefer

The big news is in the snow report below, so check it out. In other news, as was mentioned here yesterday, we had a fairly big round of season closing days at Buttermilk, Crested Butte, Ski Cooper, Ski Granby Ranch, Telluride, Sunlight Mountain Resort, Purgatory and Wolf Creek.

In even more other news, it should snow most of the day, but probably not quite as much as it did yesterday. Snow conditions should be nice all week except that it may be chillier and windier than you’d like this time of year.

The National Weather Service says there’s a slight chance of snow later this week, though we’re not counting on it. In the long range forecast we see that there may be a better chance for snow next weekend, so we’re expecting a pretty dry week followed by the possibility of another decent round of snow.

There it is, and here are the 24- and 48-hour snow totals from across Colorado

Arapahoe Basin: 6”, 8”

Aspen Highlands: 6”, 6”

Aspen Mountain: 0”, 0”

Beaver Creek: 3”, 4”

Breckenridge: 7”, 10”

Copper Mountain: 6”, 8”

Eldora: 2 1/2”, 5 1/2”

Keystone: 5”, 8”

Loveland: 10 1/2”, 12 1/2”

Monarch: 3”, 6”

Snowmass: 5”, 5”

Steamboat: 5”, 5”

Vail: 5”, 6”

Winter Park: 3”, 6 1/2”