Posted on 3/4/2019 by Alyssa Hubbard

35 Inches of Snow at Keystone Ski Resort in the Past 5 Days

A huge winter storm rolled into Keystone Ski Resort on Thursday evening of last week, the beginning of a wonderful March at the Colorado Ski Resort.  The storm started small, with 5 inches reported on Friday morning, March 1st.  On Saturday the snow continued, with another 6 inches reported that morning and on Saturday evening, the fun really started.  12 inches of snow fell overnight, giving visitors an amazing powder Sunday. Even more amazing were the 'free refills' that visitors experienced all day long, as the snow didn't stop.  Another 12 inches of snow was reported this morning at Keystone, bringing the 5 day total to 35 inches!   Even better, more snow is on the way and daily snow is expected through the 10 day forecast.  Fat Tuesday Mardi Gras celebrations in Keystone tomorrow should see a little sun and a nice 30 degree day and then the snow will pickup again Tuesday evening.  Wednesday into Thursday should see more significant snow, with a possibility of 11 inches by Friday morning. [caption id="attachment_28910" align="alignnone" width="384"]Powder Snow Falls at Keystone Night Thick snow falling in Keystone on Saturday Night[/caption] This is shaping up to be one of the best Spring Break seasons in years, with incredible conditions and continuing snow.  Booking calendars are filling up fast and SummitCove Lodging has limited availability for Spring Break, so now is the time to book your lodging reservations at Keystone.
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