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Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: that’s better…

Fresh tracks at Beaver Creek this morning with a foot of new snow there over the past 24 hours.
Fresh tracks at Beaver Creek this morning with a foot of new snow there over the past 24 hours.
Beaver Creek Resort

Though Loveland Pass is still closed this morning, the mountain drive is a lot better than it was yesterday. However, expect hell on the way back down this afternoon. Our advice is always to leave early or late.

The southwest mountains got hammered yesterday, as you can see in the report below. More snow will continue statewide, at least at the higher elevations, through the rest of the day, taper off tonight and pretty much end tomorrow.

The next snow potential, at least for the northern and central mountains, is Tuesday night. We’ll see where we stand tomorrow morning, so stop back by for the latest update. In the meantime, here are the 24-hour and 48-hour snow totals, in that order, from across Colorado

Arapahoe Basin: 8”, 12”

Aspen Highlands: 5”, 14”

Aspen Mountain: 7”, 12”

Beaver Creek: 12”, 14”

Breckenridge: 6”, 10”

Buttermilk: 3”, 8”

Copper Mountain: 9”, 13”

Crested Butte: 12”, 16”

Eldora: 6”, 9”

Keystone: 8”, 11”

Loveland: 10”, 16”

Monarch: 5”, 8”

Powderhorn: 2”, 3”

Purgatory: 11”, 14”

Ski Granby Ranch: 3”, 9”

Ski Cooper: 6”, 11”

Snowmass: 7”, 15”

Steamboat: 2”, 5”

Sunlight: 4”, 6”

Telluride: 4”, 7”

Vail: 9”, 11”

Winter Park: 7”, 9”

Wolf Creek: 20”, 28”