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Ski Report: Vail and Purgatory next to open with a relatively weak storm on the way

Beaver Creek Mackenzie Bowlin
Posted at 4:10 PM, Nov 19, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-20 08:02:38-05

A relatively weak storm system will glance by Colorado on Friday night through Saturday. This will bring a couple of inches of snow to ski areas near the I-70 corridor, generally less than 6 inches. The bigger totals for this system will be for Wolf Creek Ski are where they could see over a foot of fresh snow.

Most of the accumulation will occur Friday overnight and Saturday morning. So be cautious on the roads Saturday especially, if you are heading up or down the mountain passes.

Wherever you plan to go, make sure to check online for updated COVID guidelines. Loveland Ski Area has announced its indoor dining is now closed.

Colorado Ski Area Opening Dates

Arapahoe BasinOpen
Aspen MountainNov. 26
Aspen HighlandsDec. 12
ButtermilkDec. 18
Beaver CreekNov. 25
CooperDec. 9
Copper MountainNov. 30
Crested ButteNov. 25
Echo MountainNov. 27
EldoraNov. 23
Granby RanchDec. 11
Howelson HillNov. 28
Kendall MountainDec. 12
Loveland Ski AreaOpen
Monarch MountainTBD
PowerderhornNov. 27
PurgatoryNov. 21
SilvertonHeli Ski Nov. 25 Guided Dec. 26
SnowmassNov. 26
SteamboatDec 1
SunlightDec. 11
TellurideNov. 26
VailNov. 20
Winter ParkAfter Nov. 30
Wolf CreekOpen