- Associated Press - Monday, November 24, 2014

DENVER (AP) - More snow is expected in the mountains before another wave Tuesday into Wednesday.

Up to 4 more inches are expected in parts of western Colorado on Monday and that combined with strong winds could make travel difficult, especially on Vail and Rabbit Ears passes.

Ski resorts are grateful for all the snow they’ve already received in time for Thanksgiving weekend. In the last two days, Vail has received 14 inches of snow. Loveland reports 13 inches while Copper Mountain has a foot of new snow.

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