We don’t believe that we got what we deserved last night, but then again, we usually don’t get what we deserve.
However, snow is currently falling in the mountains, and is expected to for most of the day, albeit rather lightly. Therefore, our prediction yesterday that we would see an additional 6-8 inches between Monday and Tuesday night holds.
You can see how far we have to go to meet our minimum snowfall goals for this storm in the snow and terrain report below. Every little bit helps, as we’re fond of saying, buy we prefer more help.
Once we say so long, farewell, au revoir, auf wiedersehen, to this storm the only thing to look forward to, snow-wise, is a slight chance of an inch or two Thursday night. After that, there’s no telling, but we’ll keep an eye on it for you. In the meantime, here are the overnight and two-day snow totals, and the latest terrain report…
Arapahoe Basin: 1”, 3” (3 lifts, 7 trails, 1 terrain park, 110 acres, 18” base)
Copper Mountain: 2”, 6” (3 lifts, 4 trails, 1 terrain park, 60 acres, 20” base)
Keystone: 2”, 4” (5 lifts, 4 trails, 65 acres, 1 terrain park, 22” base)
Loveland: 3”, 5” (3 lifts, 6 trails, 113 acres, 21” base)