Colorado wakes up to a surprise powder day in many central portions of the state. 

We’re approaching the first of April and at the time of writing this report, many mountains across the central portions of the Colorado Rockies are reporting significant snowfall thanks to a quick-moving storm that moved through the I-70 corridor last night. Outside the I-70 corridor, Aspen Snowmass was the real winner with around 5″ of fresh on the Aspen Highlands snow stake.

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Top 5 24-Hour Snowfalls: COLORADO

  1. Breckenridge – 8″
  2. Vail – 8″
  3. Beaver Creek – 7″
  4. Copper Mountain – 6″
  5. Aspen Highlands – 5″



Beaver Creek


Copper Mountain


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