I’ve found there are two main ways to be in the know when it comes to snow. One way involves checking multiple websites (depending on the resorts you care about) as necessary. If you’re like me, you check compulsively when you know it’s snowing in the mountains.
Colorado snow reports:
- ColoradoSki.com snow report (Only show totals for open mountains)
- OnTheSnow.com Colorado Snow Report (Also shows totals for not-yet-open mountains)
- Individual resort websites (see full listing of resort websites at ColoradoSki.com)
The other way involves allowing the information to come to you via RSS or email. Sign up for Esnow to get daily snow reports emailed to you. Of course, if you only care about your favorite resort, most resorts provide handy individual snow reports. Although I’m not very good at letting the information come to me, I am a big fan of the Loveland e-snow report. Colorado Ski also offers an RSS feed that can be included in MyYahoo! or MyMSN. They say text message alerts are coming soon but we’ll see how “soon” is soon.