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Weather Pattern Change Coming, More Snow For Colorado Ski Areas?

Weather Pattern Change Coming, More Snow For Colorado Ski Areas?

The long-range models from last week which I did not talk about because they’re highly unreliable.  Were talking 16 days out type of stuff here.  We’ll it’s beginning to pan out that the ridge of high pressure over the SW CONUS is finally going to break down

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First Snow of 2012-2013 Ski Season Forecasted

First Snow of 2012-2013 Ski Season Forecasted

It looks like Summit County is going to be seeing their first chance of snow this upcoming Wednesday night.  30% Chance of Rain/Snow and I’m sure the peaks are going to get a dusting no matter what during the week.  With lows finally dropping down below freezing

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Colorado Snow Report April 2nd 2012

Colorado Snow Report for April 2nd 2012.  Monarch may be closing this weekend due to lack of snow, but they look to get a foot of powder overnight.  So if you want a pre-hurrah for that last hurrah, tomorrow is looking good.   Other areas not in

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Happy St Patrick’s Day – Colorado Snow Forecast

No snow this weekend, but if you’re looking for a good dose of powder Monday is going to be it for the southern ski areas.  Wolf Creek looks to get 2 feet of snow by Monday morning, and considering the lack of big storms this season, your

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Wind and More Wind This Weekend For Summit County Skiers

We’ll it looks like the weather is taking a northerly track for now so a few inches in most locations.  Sorry folks it might not be a snow day Sunday for Copper Mountain.  The wind is howling and I can see it blowing off the top of

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Yep More Arapahoe Basin News 65th Anniversary!

Arapahoe Basin, CO – December 20, 2011– Arapahoe Basin opened for skiing in December of 1946.  This Saturday A-Basin pays tribute to the history of the ski area with a 65th anniversary party and Christmas celebration at A-Basin.   Sixty-five years ago the founders of Arapahoe Basin cut

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