Beaver Creek has 14 inches on snow stake since 5 a.m.
VAIL — Eagle County’s local mountain reported 3 inches new snow Thursday morning as heavy snow continues to fall in the area. The Colorado Avalanche Information Center is advising very dangerous avalanche conditions in the backcountry. Steamboat reported 20 inches, while Monarch is reporting 19 inches of new snow this morning.
Keystone in Summit County reported 11 inches new, while Breckenridge reported 8 inches. Loveland weighed in at 12 inches. A winter storm warning remains in effect for the Colorado high country until 5 a.m. Friday.
Rise and shine, it's powder skiing time! 20 fresh inches to enjoy today. Image shows what fell overnight. pic.twitter.com/Bx0Vtftsnl— #SteamboatResort (@skisteamboat) January 5, 2017
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