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On The Hill: On the prowl for pow at Loveland (video)

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VIDEO: The snow gods are smiling on Summit County this week, bringing consistent snowfall to all four resorts on all sides of the county. But some hills are getting pounded harder than others and Loveland Ski Area was the lucky winner early this week. Z Griff heads to the Continental Divide for powder turn after powder turn with a few friends. Bring it on, holidays.

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Breckenridge official report: 9″ overnight,12″ 24 hours, 14″ 48 hours

Loveland official report: 7″ 24 hours, 13″ 48 hours, 17″ 72 hours

Summit Daily field report: Good out there after the first day of the storm. Cold, light, fluffy.

Weather: High 17°, low 4°. Stormy with wind expected in the afternoon.

Lift lines: Pretty good amount of people here for the holidays. Expect more as the week goes on.

Breakdown: The storm is upon us and we are on the prowl for pow.

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