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Another winter storm moved into Colorado this past weekend, continuing the consistent snowfall the state has experienced for the last eight weeks.
Up here where I live in the hilly, water-rich reservoir country just north of the world's media capital, the terrifying warnings of an approaching snowfall begin early.
On Thursday, November 10, at 8:30am, Mammoth Mountain Ski Area will kick off another epic winter season.
For the second time this week a major winter storm has slammed into Killington Resort with 10 inches of new snow reported at the K-1 Lodge at 4 p.m.
The earliest winter storm in more than 20 years dumps over a foot of new snow at Killington Peak.
Resorts reporting two feet of snow and forecast calls for more on the way.
Jay Peak, located in Northern Vermont, is digging out from another regionally specific storm.
The winter storm predicted to hit the area moved in with a vengeance yesterday dumping 18 inches of new snow on Snowmass and Aspen Mountains.
A powerful winter storm that movedinto Colorado Thursday evening has already covered Loveland Ski Area with eight inches of new snow.
Gov. Bill Richardson declared a state of emergency as a winter storm pummeled the state, leaving roads virtually impassable, closing schools and blanketing one town with 13 inches of snow.
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