Aspen ski slopes boast new snow, more expected…Meteorologists say Colorado’s mountains would see epic snowfall totals by Christmas. One ski resort, Wolf Creek in Pagosa Springs, reported 50 inches between Saturday and Tuesday, with snow continuing to fall and predicted to keep dropping through the weekend.

DENVER — The skiing should be spectacular this holiday in Colorado’s mountain resorts. The question is whether travelers will be able to reach the slopes.A series of monster snowmakers is dumping several feet of snow by Christmas on Colorado’s mountains. But the weather system that brought snow and rain to the West Coast could make travel to the mountains difficult in Colorado in coming days.Several mountain passes have been closed because of heavy snow, and avalanche warnings scattered from Steamboat Springs south to the San Juan mountains has state highway crews closing Cameron Pass and other roads to clear heavy snow accumulation threatening drivers.
By Kristen Wyatt, Dec 22, 10 Associated Press, The Aspen Times
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