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Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: spreading the wealth

All that blue stuff to the north and west looks promising, doesn't it?
All that blue stuff to the north and west looks promising, doesn't it?
National Weather Service

As we noted yesterday, the northern and central mountains have picked up the bulk of the snow from the past few systems, which includes this most recent blast.

However, the snow pushed farther south and west last night and we expect every Colorado ski area will pick up something over the next 24 hours.

Snow is “likely,” according to the National Weather Service, all the way through Sunday. The totals will again favor the northern and central mountains, but we should see a more equitable dispersal over those few days and into Monday.

If you’re headed to A-Basin this morning you’ll need to go through the tunnel; Loveland Pass is once again closed due to “adverse conditions.”

Stay tuned for the latest here every morning, and we’ll update you on the current terrain report this weekend. In the meantime, here are the overnight and two-day totals from across Colorado…

Arapahoe Basin: 2”, 4”

Aspen Highlands: 2”, 3”

Aspen Mountain: 2”, 3”

Beaver Creek: 4”, 6”

Breckenridge: 4”, 9”

Buttermilk: 1”, 2”

Copper Mountain: 3”, 7”

Crested Butte: 5”, 5”

Eldora: 0”, 2”

Keystone: 3”, 5”

Loveland: 1”, 4”

Monarch: 3”, 3”

Powderhorn: 5”, 5”

Purgatory: 0”, 0”

Ski Granby Ranch: 2”, 3”

Ski Cooper: 2”, 2”

Snowmass: 3”, 4”

Steamboat: 1”, 3”

Sunlight: 3”, 7”

Telluride: 2”, 2”

Vail: 5”, 7”

Winter Park: 2 1/2”, 5 1/2”

Wolf Creek: 0”, 0”

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