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On The Hill: Don’t hang those powder boards up quite yet!

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Aspen official report: 4″ of new snow overnight, 10″ in the past 48 hours, and 25″ in the past week.

Aspen Times field report: The official SkiCo snow report is LIGHT. There is at least 6″ (probably more) of new powder on Snowmass Ski area this morning, with more falling all day long.

Liftline status: Monday lift lines = breeze on through.

Breakdown: We are calling this (yet another) official powder day. Day 13 of this snowstorm, with more on the way tonight. It is a very warm, wet snow, so take care to stay above the layers if possible when turning.

Snowcast: The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning through 5pm tonight. Expect heavy snow today. There is a chance of clearing weather on Tuesday, then another 4 days of snow is expected Wednesday through Saturday.

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