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Live coverage of the snowstorm that saved the Colorado ski season

Toby the avalanche dog coated in frost near the base of Loveland Ski Area after snowmakers started blowing snow again on Nov. 2. The ski area was forced to halt snowmaking operations for most of October due to above-average temperatures during the day and night.
Dustin Schaefer / Special to the Daily |

Snow is finally falling in the Colorado Rockies, just in time for the opening weekend for Summit County’s biggest resorts — Breckenridge, Keystone and Copper Mountain. That means rejoicing for area businesses and for diehard skiers, but it also means treacherous conditions for motorists, particularly those on Interstate 70. Tag your social media posts #summitsnow to be included on the live stream. Also submit snow day photos to share@summitdaily.com.


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