On The Hill: Sunday, Foggy Sunday
VIDEO: Aspen Times mountain correspondent Corby Anderson delivers his daily video conditions report from Aspen Mountain.
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Sunday, November 23, 2014
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Aspen official report: 4″ of new snow overnight, 4″ in the past 48 hours, and 4″ in the past week. FOGGY! High 27, low 14, NW wind 10-20 mph, powder snow.
Aspen Times field report: Ullr has already blessed this fresh ski season with an early opening, and now his majesty has seen fit to spackle Aspen with a light, fluffy powder coat of 4″ overnight. Rejoice! It’s almost a powder day, and tomorrow will likely be one (for those Monday workers trying to figure out if their cough is worsening!) As George Harrison once sang, we are “stuck up in this cloud” today, as low clouds have socked Ajax in nicely. Bring the clear goggles, last years skis and a third layer.
Liftline status: Moving nicely.
Listening to: Geoge Harrison, “Stuck Inside This Cloud”
Snowcast: The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning through Monday evening:
TIMING...SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW BEGINS LATE THIS AFTERNOON AND WILL CONTINUE THROUGH MONDAY AFTERNOON. THE HEAVIEST SNOW IS EXPECTED WITH FRONTAL PASSAGE TONIGHT. * SNOW ACCUMULATION...10 TO 20 INCHES IN THE MOUNTAINS. 8 TO 14 INCHES ACROSS THE UPPER YAMPA RIVER BASIN. * WINDS...WEST 15 TO 25 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 45 MPH ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS. * IMPACTS...TRAVEL WILL BECOME CHALLENGING DUE TO POOR VISIBILITY IN SNOW...FOG...AND BLOWING SNOW. INCLEMENT WINTER WEATHER CONDITIONS WILL IMPACT MCCLURE...VAIL...AND RABBIT EARS PASSES... AS WELL AS HIGHWAY 65 OVER THE GRAND MESA AND HIGHWAY 50 OVER MONARCH PASS.
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