Winter has arrived in the Western United States and ski resorts from California to Montana are reporting loads of new snow this morning and that’s just the beginning. A winter weather pattern is projected to stay in place for at least the next two weeks, bringing with it loads of powder and cold temps.
The 2020-21 ski season has begun and from now on we expect resorts to continue to get hit with snow storms! Stay up to date and see which destinations are getting the most snow and how you can save on your ski trip.
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FORECAST UPDATE 12/14/20: Starting off the week with snow storms across the Western US and New England
Check out which resorts are going into the 2020-21 ski season with the most snow.
Snow is falling across a large swath of the West this Monday morning and we’re very excited to say that things are looking great as we approach the holiday season. In addition to accumulations in places like New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, and California, New England is also forecasted to see lots of snow this week.
But let’s start with the here and now. This morning, snow showers continue to drop moderate totals on the mountains of Colorado. Today, we’re expecting snowfall rates to intensify around mid-morning and continue into the early evening along the I-70 corridor including places like Vail, Breckenridge, Copper, and Keystone. The San Juans including Telluride should see snowfall totals in the 2-5″ range as should the western mountain of Crested Butte and Aspen Snowmass.