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Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: dry spell ends (sort of)

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Snow finally returns to Colorado’s mountains, but it’s a bit spotty as you can see in the overnight totals below. This round of snow is expected to continue over the next 24 hours or so, but should also continue to be picky about where it accumulates

However, the rest of the week looks unsettled statewide and snow is expected here and there all week long. Whereas the western and southwestern sections of Colorado are shut out of this Arctic front, the next round that’s expected to start on Wednesday promises to be more widespread.

We’ll keep an eye out on the latest forecast, as per usual, and check back here for the latest snow totals and news from Colorado’s ski areas. In the meantime, here are the overnight totals…

Arapahoe Basin: 2”

Aspen Highlands: 0”

Aspen Mountain: 0”

Beaver Creek: 0”

Breckenridge: 1”

Buttermilk: 0”

Copper Mountain: 1”

Crested Butte: 0”

Eldora: 4”

Keystone: 1”

Loveland: 2 1/2”

Monarch: 0”

Powderhorn: 0”

Purgatory: 0”

Ski Granby Ranch: 2”

Ski Cooper: 0”

Snowmass: 0”

Steamboat: 0”

Sunlight: 0”

Telluride: 0”

Vail: 0”

Winter Park: 1 1/2”

Wolf Creek: 0”