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November 13, 2005

Summit gets slammed

Got a note from JP at Colorado Backcountry about the epic conditions in Colorado right now. Most of the resorts (Copper, Loveland, A-Basin, Keystone, Breck, etc.) have received approximately 18" in the last two days with more tonight and early tomorrow.

From JP:

We are getting hammered with snow out here. Just had another sick backcountry day at Loveland Pass. knee deep all day. 5-8 expected today and 10-12" expect monday and monday night. can't wait for tuesday.

I am heading to my condo at Brian Head on Tuesday. Opening weekend was supposed to be November 12th. Yeah right. Maybe for mountain biking. Skiing requires snow. In other news, Wolf Creek opened yesterday. Very little in the way of snow, and they are reporting a base of around 14" at the summit. Speaking of mountain biking.

Posted by Justin at November 13, 2005 08:03 PM

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Update:

11/12/05 - Loveland Pass 8"
11/13/05 - Loveland Pass 10"
11/14/05 - Loveland Pass 9"

11/15/05 - 20-24" forecasted for I70 corridor/Eisenhower Tunnel

We have a 40" base at most resorts as of 11/14 and 2 more feet on the way. Justin, get out here!!

Copper is gonna be insance tomorrow:
http://snowforecast.com/coloradofcst/copper.html

Posted by: JP at November 14, 2005 08:15 AM