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Photos of ski resorts enjoying the new snowfall

2:21 PM, Feb 25, 2013   |    comments
  • The best storm of the season hit Aspen/Snowmass last Thursday and continued all the way through yesterday evening dropping nearly a foot in the last 24 hours and over two feet within the past week across the four area mountains.
  • Today's another beautiful day at Loveland Ski Area. 24 Hours: 3" 48 Hours: 7"
  • The best storm of the season hit Aspen/Snowmass last Thursday and continued all the way through yesterday evening dropping nearly a foot in the last 24 hours and over two feet within the past week across the four area mountains.
  • Today's another beautiful day at Loveland Ski Area. 24 Hours: 3" 48 Hours: 7"
  • Steamboat sign as you pull into town
  • Diehard snowmobilers on top of Rabbit Ears Pass.
  • The best storm of the season hit Aspen/Snowmass last Thursday and continued all the way through yesterday evening dropping nearly a foot in the last 24 hours and over two feet within the past week across the four area mountains.
  • Blowing and drifting snow across Rabbit Ears pass this morning.
    
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DENVER - A major snowstorm dumped up to around two feet of snow in the foothills west of Denver. The storm mainly impacted the eastern half of the state. Up to 14 inches fell in parts of El Paso County and some Denver suburbs got around a foot.

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