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Summit County weather: It’s only going to get better

It’s Thursday morning and it’s currently 42 and cloudy.

In the last 24 hours our ski resorts have seen snow accumulations around a foot.

For a full report of snow conditions for central Colorado’s resorts, visit: https://opensnow.com/region/i70/reports

More snow brings more terrain open. This week Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin have opened parts of the mountain up for the season.

Living in Summit, we face a tough question: “Which mountain do I go to?”

Powder finder can help.

Currently, the road conditions look amicable. I-70 is open and traction laws are lifted.

Loveland Pass is open for travel. Conditions there are looking clear, too.

Follow I-70’s travel conditions:  http://opsw.co/GOI70

Today, we wait with cloudy skies overhead. After mild conditions throughout the day, we can expect a strong storm overnight continuing on through Friday, into Saturday. Major travel impacts are expected already.

Also expected, is considerable powder for a great weekend on the hill.

Stay warm and stay tuned for more updates.


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