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US Extended Snowfall Outlook
Updated October 28, 2017

LAST DAYS OF OCTOBER/ EARLY NOVEMBER...
High pressure ridging will shift to the eastern US starting this coming week, for an overall warm-up (some low pressure systems will still affect the northeast at times).

--Low pressure develops/ deepens across the western US, with colder air and snow likely for western US resort areas again. The resort areas from Mammoth-Tahoe and north to the Cascades and Inland Northwest US, east to Utah and Colorado, will all see about a week to 10 days (Nov 02/03 to Nov 10/12) of frequent snows, some heavy, to build up the early season base depths. If you want the real insight on what is coming in the longer range, useable information, then keep checking back with the site that has been "Predicting Sick Days since 1998". Most of the information above was posted 8 days ago. Have a great season! CM

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Aspen-Snowmass and Western Colorado weather discussion

Updated at 6:10am PDT, Friday November 17th, 2017
CM

LONGER RANGE... A major trough of low pressure shifts back to the eastern US, with some colder low pressure systems clipping Colorado from out of the northwest initially, but more dominant will be sunshine and mostly sunny skies until late November, while the east coast gets its shot of colder weather and resort snowfall. CM
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CUSTOM FORECAST DETAILS
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↑28° / -2c°

↓13° / -11c°

Mountain Graphic

Sky Condition

Partly cloudy becoming mostly clear and COLD, with less wind and drier air. The first subzero (Fahrenheit) temperatures of the season are expected on the upper mountain.

Snow Potential

None expected

Precipitation

None expected

Wind

From the W at 6 to 11 MPH.

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↑38° / 3c°

↓17° / -8c°

Mountain Graphic

Sky Condition

Mostly clear and not as cold, with less wind and drier air.

Snow Potential

None expected

Precipitation

None expected

Wind

From the W at 7 to 11 MPH.

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↑39° / 4c°

↓21° / -6c°

Mountain Graphic

Sky Condition

Partly cloudy and milder with increased breeziness. Skies become cloudy in the evening and over night, with some mostly light snow showers developing, and ending early Tuesday.

Snow Potential

2 to 4 inches of snowfall late

Precipitation

60% chance for snow, late

Wind

From the W at 6 to 11 MPH.

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↑39° / 4c°

↓24° / -4c°

Mountain Graphic

Sky Condition

Clouds and snow clear out, to partly cloudy and cool, plus breezy to windy conditions.

Snow Potential

A trace to 1 inch of snowfall early

Precipitation

Light snow early

Wind

From the W at 5 to 8 MPH.

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↑42° / 6c°

↓24° / -4c°

Mountain Graphic

Sky Condition

Partly cloudy

Snow Potential

None Expected

Precipitation

None Expected

Wind

From the W at 6 to 8 MPH.

Loveland is Colorado’s closest major ski area to Denver, located on the Continental Divide and just short of the Eisenhower Tunnel in the Arapaho National Forest. Loveland is the 10th largest ski resort in Colorado. You get 1,365 acres of crisp, Rocky Mountain snow with 70 runs to choose from and nine lifts whisking you up to the top. On-mountain improvements include upgraded snowmaking and grooming with the addition of six new fan guns, four new Piston Bully grooming machines and a winch cat. To get the lay of the land, take a complimentary, 90-minute mountain tour. Meet at the top of Chair #1 at 10:30 a.m. every day. Loveland is actually two ski areas connected by a long, horizontal lift and a shuttle bus. Loveland Basin, with terrain for all abilities, has five chairs and a Poma lift serving 901 acres. Loveland Valley, which caters to beginners, has two lifts serving just 67 acres. Even good skiers, however, should investigate the Valley on windy days. Its tree-sheltered runs can harbor excellent snow when the Basin’s slopes grow firm. If you ski as if you’re on fire and you aren’t afraid of heights, Loveland is your dream come true.