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Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: where to find powder this morning

A nice snowy pattern has emerged to cap off March and kick off April.
A nice snowy pattern has emerged to cap off March and kick off April.
National Weather Service

More snow fell after yesterday's early morning report, more last night, and it's still snowing at many higher elevations this morning, though we don't expect it will amount to much for tomorrow morning's report.

Loveland Pass is once again closed this morning. Everything else is passable, but will require caution.

As noted yesterday, more snow is possible on Sunday, favoring the southwest more than the northern and central mountains. The forecast for next week shows some snow potential all week long, favoring the northern and central mountains.

It's too early, though, to make much of what might happen next week, so stay tuned here for any developments. In the meantime, enjoy the 24- and 48-hour totals listed below from across Colorado

Arapahoe Basin: 8", 14"

Aspen Highlands: 8", 15"

Aspen Mountain: 11", 18"

Beaver Creek: 9", 14"

Breckenridge: 12", 17"

Buttermilk: 6", 12"

Copper Mountain: 8", 13"

Crested Butte: 9", 18"

Eldora: 4", 7"

Keystone: 7", 13"

Loveland: 9", 17"

Monarch: 10", 18"

Powderhorn: 3", 8"

Purgatory: 3", 10"

Ski Granby Ranch: 7", 7"

Ski Cooper: 7", 7"

Snowmass: 9", 18"

Steamboat: 4", 7"

Sunlight: 5", 11"

Telluride: 4", 13"

Vail: 6", 10"

Winter Park: 5", 8 1/2"

Wolf Creek: 3", 11"

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