Loveland, CO Report: 405″ and Counting Down to Closing Day

Curtis Weller | | Conditions ReportConditions Report
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Snow Conditions. Credit: Loveland

Honestly, since Joel gave his season wrap up post on OpenSnow I haven’t been paying attention to the forecast. So when I looked up the weather forecast for Loveland ski area this morning I was surprised to see they had gotten 5 inches overnight.

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Greys and Torrey’s Peaks overlooking Loveland Ski Area. Credit: Author

The skiing today at Loveland was fun. It was quintessentially spring skiing, blue bird skies and warm, with a smorgasbord of snow types on offer: corn, slush, elephant snot, mashed potatoes, wind crust, mashed potatoie wind crust, and hot pow. I definitely used today as a day to practice skiing interesting snow conditions.

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Credit: Author

Loveland has now received 405″ for the season. And now the forecast is calling for 21″ at Loveland over the next 5 days! Get it while it’s hot! Loveland is closing for the season on May 5th.

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It’s Always Windy on the Continental Divide. Credit: Author

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