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Colorado Just Got Pounded With Snow, Here are the Totals

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It's been a crazy few days in Colorado with blizzard conditions and awful traffic in the high country. But if you managed to get where you wanted to go and stay there, the skiing has been absolutely all time. According to the meteorologists at Open Snow, the snow should taper off today before another storm rolls in on Christmas Day. So just how much snow did the ski areas get?

Snow totals from Sunday December 21 through Tuesday December 23:

Loveland: 37 inches
Copper Mountain: 33 inches
Breckenridge: 33 inches
Arapahoe Basin: 31 inches
Vail: 25 inches
Monarch: 23 inches
Winter Park: 17 inches
Crested Butte: 16 inches
Snowmass: 16 inches
Aspen Mountain: 14 inches
Beaver Creek: 11 inches
Steamboat: 10 inches
Telluride (not reporting all days): 10 inches
Wolf Creek (not reporting all days): 8 inches

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