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Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: Monday morning quarterbacking

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As you can see from this morning’s report, which lists the 24-hour and two-day snow totals, these past couple of weeks have virtually ensured that spring skiing will be fantastic, we’ll get to ski into the summer months, and we’ll have plenty of water this summer.

The only problem with the snow has been its impact on travel, which has actually been relatively negligible given the amount of snow and the traffic volume. However, if you’re headed up there this morning for yet another powder day, be advised that both Loveland Pass and Berthoud Pass are closed as of this writing.

The workaround to A-Basin is fairly easy, but not so easy to get back over to Winter Park and Granby Ranch. Check back later for updates on re-opening Berthoud Pass, or simply go to www.cotrip.org.

Snow continues today through this evening in most mountain locations, followed by a brief lull and then another round is expected to hit starting Wednesday night. We’ll keep an eye on things and let you know. In the meantime, here are the 24- and 48-hour snow totals from Colorado’s ski areas…

Arapahoe Basin: 15”, 29”

Aspen Highlands: 4”, 10”

Aspen Mountain: 4”, 6”

Beaver Creek: 5”, 7”

Breckenridge: 11”, 21”

Buttermilk: 3”, 4”

Copper Mountain: 7”, 15”

Crested Butte: 9”, 25”

Eldora: 11”, 25”

Keystone: 7”, 18”

Loveland: 13”, 23”

Monarch: 11”, 30”

Powderhorn: 6”, 7”

Purgatory: 2”, 4”

Ski Granby Ranch: 9”, 21”

Ski Cooper: 10”, 12”

Snowmass: 4”, 5”

Steamboat: 5”, 12”

Sunlight: 2”, 7”

Telluride: 3”, 6”

Vail: 7”, 13”

Winter Park: 8 1/2”, 16”

Wolf Creek: 1”, 3”

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