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Wave of wet weather welcomes the weekend

Aspen, Vail see more snow

By Reid Griebling
Real AspenMarch 25, 2011
Although it might feel like spring in the valley areas, snow still falls at the highest elevations as another round of snow will pepper the central and northern mountains, including Aspen and Vail.

Light snow showers will diminish as Saturday, March 26, arrives with 24-hour totals for Vail/Beaver Creek in the 3-5 inch range and Aspen/Snowmass also looking at 3-5 inches.

On mountain temps for Saturday will remain brisk, with highs in the low 30's and lows in the low 20's. Winds will remain strong from the west with gusts over 30 mph likely and sustained winds in the 10-15 mph range.

Saturday will be partly sunny as we see our next system move in Saturday night. Colder than normal temps and lots of residual moisture could make for a great Sunday powder day.

We have yet another system that moves in Sunday night into Monday, giving spring break guests a good chance at some great soft snow. We will keep watch.

Enjoy!


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Breckenridge n/a n/a closed
Buttermilk n/a n/a closed
Copper n/a n/a closed
Crest. Butte n/a n/a closed
Eldora n/a n/a closed
Heavenly n/a n/a closed
Highlands n/a n/a
Howelsen n/a n/a closed
Keystone n/a n/a closed
Kirkwood n/a n/a closed
Loveland n/a n/a
Monarch n/a n/a closed
Northstar n/a n/a closed
Powderhorn n/a n/a closed
Purgatory n/a n/a closed
Silverton n/a n/a closed
Ski Cooper n/a n/a closed
Ski Granby n/a n/a closed
Snowmass n/a n/a closed
Steamboat n/a n/a closed
Sunlight n/a n/a closed
Telluride n/a n/a closed
Vail n/a n/a closed
WinterPark n/a n/a closed
Wolf Creek n/a n/a closed
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