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More than a foot of new snow expected in some areas from another Colorado storm

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DENVER — Areas of southern Colorado are expecting up to a foot of new snow as another storm moved through Colorado on Saturday.

National Weather Service meteorologist Kyle Fredin says the Front Range can expect up to three inches of snow, while the mountains can expect up to 15 inches by Sunday.

The ski resort towns of Vail, Snowmass Village, Aspen and Crested Butte are expecting 6 to 12 inches of snow by Saturday night. That's on top of up to two feet of snow that has already fallen over some areas of the High Country over the past week.

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