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Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: greatness at certain places

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A few of Colorado’s ski areas picked up double-digit snow accumulations yesterday and we should see more snow totals in tomorrow morning’s report, albeit at likely smaller numbers. This has been a real nice snow storm, though it has left a couple of areas in the southwest high and dry.

Loveland Pass is still closed this morning due to “adverse conditions,” which means the high country highways will be sketchy today. It’s supposed to be rather windy and cold, with highs in the single digits and wind chills in the minus teens.

Tomorrow should be nicer with sunny skies and warmer temps, but still a bit breezy. Another potential for snow arrives mid-week, but it’s too early to tell what it will ultimately do, if it does anything.

Check back tomorrow morning for the three-day totals and an updated terrain report. In the meantime, here are the 24-hour and 48-hour totals from across Colorado…

Arapahoe Basin: 4”, 7”

Aspen Highlands: 5”, 5”

Aspen Mountain: 4”, 4”

Beaver Creek: 10”, 10”

Breckenridge: 13”, 14”

Buttermilk: 5”, 5”

Copper Mountain: 8”, 9”

Crested Butte: 6”, 6”

Eldora: 6”, 14”

Keystone: 6”, 7”

Loveland: 3”, 5”

Monarch: 2”, 3”

Powderhorn: 3”, 3”

Purgatory: 0”, 0”

Ski Granby Ranch: 2”, 7”

Ski Cooper: 5”, 7”

Snowmass: 6”, 6”

Steamboat: 9”, 14”

Sunlight: 11”, 11”

Telluride: 4”, 4”

Vail: 7”, 8”

Winter Park: 4”, 7”

Wolf Creek: 0”, 0”