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Folks, It Ain’t Over Yet

by Greg Colquitt | April 5, 2018

(Everything is skiable)

Ah, the joys of spring!

The birds are chirping, the flowers blooming, and…snowflakes are still falling?

Resorts around the country are still posting numbers, straight numbers, when it comes to snowfall totals even as we eek farther into April and closer to everyone’s closing dates.
Here’s the breakdown for where to find the best late season powder. Spoiler alert, if you live in Colorado or the Pacific Northwest, things are groovy.

The Pow-cast

(as reported by OpenSnow.com)

Colorado

Resort 3-Day Forecast Total Incl. Today’s Report
Steamboat 11″ 11″
Loveland Ski Area 10″ 10″
Copper Mountain 10″ 11″
Winter Park 10″ 10″
Keystone 10″ 10″
Arapahoe Basin 10″ 10″

 

Montana

Resort 3-Day Forecast Total Incl. Today’s Report
Bridger Bowl 9″ 19
Whitefish Mountain 11″ 15
Blacktail Mountain 10″ 10″

 

Washington

Resort 3-Day Forecast Total Incl. Today’s Report
Steven’s Pass 10″ 16
Crystal Mountain 10″ 14

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