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Arapahoe Basin Ski Area reports 2 inches overnight; traction law enforcement lifted

Overnight, Summit County experienced a winter weather teaser, leaving the roads dusted and the mountains white-capped.

According to OpenSnow we can expect clear skies during the day Tuesday with a final round of moderate to heavy snow Tuesday evening.

Loveland reported roughly 1.5 inches in the last 24 hours. A-Basin is reporting two new inches of powder this morning.

Then, dry conditions on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

There is a chance of light snow on Saturday and again early next week, but nothing major on the horizon.

In some spots, there is slush, but for the most part I-70 is clear and traction laws have been lifted.

Check in throughout the day on weather updates and road reports.


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