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Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: Thursday! Thursday! Thursday!

The beginning of the snow storm yesterday at Purgatory. Great overnight totals across the state and more expected to fall today and tomorrow.
The beginning of the snow storm yesterday at Purgatory. Great overnight totals across the state and more expected to fall today and tomorrow.
Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort

Colorado's mountains are back into a relatively snowy pattern again, with snow expected in many locations through Friday night.

The chance for snow will see-saw between the southwestern and north-central mountains with a good chance for snow in the southwest on Sunday, but not on Tuesday, and a vice-versa.

Loveland Pass is closed this morning, as per usual after any snowfall on the pass and around the Tunnel. The good news is that there's fresh powder up there and more on the way.

Enjoy the 24-hour totals listed below from across Colorado…

Arapahoe Basin: 6”

Aspen Highlands: 7”

Aspen Mountain: 7”

Beaver Creek: 5”

Breckenridge: 5”

Buttermilk: 6”

Copper Mountain: 5”

Crested Butte: 9”

Eldora: 3”

Keystone: 6”

Loveland: 8”

Monarch: 8”

Powderhorn: 5”

Purgatory: 7”

Ski Granby Ranch: 0"

Ski Cooper: 0"

Snowmass: 9”

Steamboat: 3”

Sunlight: 6”

Telluride: 9”

Vail: 4”

Winter Park: 3 1/2”

Wolf Creek: 9”