Colorado Is About To Have A May Powder Day For The Books [Snow Totals + Forecast]

Colorado Is About To Have A May Powder Day For The Books [Snow Totals + Forecast]

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Colorado Is About To Have A May Powder Day For The Books [Snow Totals + Forecast]

Mary Jane is still open | Photo: Winter Park Resort

The snowy season is going out with a bang in Colorado and two ski areas are reporting double digit snowfall totals out this potent May storm.

Winter Park and Loveland both scored big and today will likely be one of the better May powder days either resort has ever seen. What’s better is that it’s closing week at Loveland and Winter Park and this new snow should make for epic conditions today through Saturday.

Gotta love this unpredictable spring weather! Enjoy some freshened conditions across the mountain. It’s these late-season storms that allow A-Basin to stay open so long – we’re targeting at least Sunday, June 3 as our closing date… although more of these spring storms means the possibility of being open longer… stay tuned! Have fun out there.”Arapahoe Basin Snow Report

In the meantime a Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect across the front range until noon today with up to 6 more inches forecasted.

LET IT SNOW!

Snow Totals:

  • Winter Park Resort — 15″
  • Loveland Ski Area — 13″
  • Arapahoe Basin — 6.5″

Forecast [Loveland Pass]:

Winter Weather Advisory

…WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON MDT TODAY…

* WHAT…Snow. Additional snow accumulations of 3 to 6 inches, with localized amounts up to 8 inches, are expected.

A-Basin’s mid mountain with a much needed refresh.

* WHERE…Rabbit Ears Pass and The Mountains of Summit County, the Mosquito Range, and the Indian Peaks.

* WHEN…Until noon MDT today.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS…Plan on slippery road conditions, including during the morning commute. Expect reduced visibilities at times.

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