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Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: Something for everyone

More snow is headed our way as our unsettled weather pattern looks to continue a little while longer.
More snow is headed our way as our unsettled weather pattern looks to continue a little while longer.
National Weather Service

Well, that was an amazing five or six days of snow and nothing but snow. Every ski area picked up something, and most picked up a lot of snow.

The snow has officially left the building and moved on to cause havoc in the south. The next one looks to move in on Wednesday evening, but it won’t hang around quite as long or leave as much snow in its wake.

Still, it will ensure more excellent conditions for awhile and keep that snow pack running high. As always, we’ll keep you updated here. In the meantime, here are the 24-, 48-, and 72-hour snow totals from Colorado’s ski areas…

Arapahoe Basin: 4”, 19”, 33”

Aspen Highlands: 4”, 8”, 14”

Aspen Mountain: 3”, 7”, 9”

Beaver Creek: 2”, 7”, 9”

Breckenridge: 3”, 14”, 24”

Buttermilk: 3”, 6”, 7”

Copper Mountain: 2”, 9”, 17”

Crested Butte: 9”, 18”, 34”

Eldora: 0”, 11”, 25”

Keystone: 3”, 10”, 21”

Loveland: 5”, 18”, 28”

Monarch: 5”, 16”, 35”

Powderhorn: 6”, 12”, 13”

Purgatory: 2”, 4”, 6”

Ski Granby Ranch: 3”, 12”, 24”

Ski Cooper: 6”, 16”, 18”

Snowmass: 3”, 7”, 8”

Steamboat: 3”, 8”, 15”

Sunlight: 1”, 3”, 8”

Telluride: 3”, 6”, 9”

Vail: 1”, 8”, 14”

Winter Park: 3”, 11 1/2”, 19”

Wolf Creek: 4”, 5”, 7”