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Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: Memorial Day weekend snow

Independence Pass is open this morning, but as you can see it's quite wintry at the highest elevations.
Independence Pass is open this morning, but as you can see it's quite wintry at the highest elevations.
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While severe weather made its way across the Denver metro area yesterday, there was snow in very specific mountain spots, including Loveland Pass and Arapahoe Basin.

As we noted yesterday, though the forecast called for minor accumulation of an inch or so, as you can see from this morning’s snow report A-Basin got a bit more than that. Snow is likely today, tonight and tomorrow at A-Basin.

Again, the forecast calls for 1-2” accumulations, but we’ll go out on a limb and predict that A-Basin will have six inches or more of new snow by tomorrow morning. See if we’re right on Memorial Day and enjoy a little winter in summer.

Arapahoe Basin: 4”, 5” (3 lifts, 80% beginner terrain open, 100% intermediate, 66% advanced, 0% expert open, 73” base)

Aspen Mountain: 0”, 0” (2 lifts, 19 trails, 127 acres, 25% beginner/intermediate, 0% advanced/expert, 45” base)