First Significant Colorado Mountain Snow

October 21, 2015

Snow plows came out Wednesday for the first significant mountain snow in Colorado that is expected to bring up to 10 inches in higher elevations.

National Weather Service forecaster Treste Huse says most of the snow is falling in the central mountains. Estes Park, Kenosha Pass and Nederland west of Boulder are all getting a taste of winter.

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