The spring snow storm that ended for most parts of Colorado on Sunday brought deep snow to Colorado’s high country -- and heightened avalanche danger.
A special avalanche advisory is in effect until noon Monday for the Front Range Mountains from the Pikes Peak region north to the Colorado-Wyoming stateline.
The Colorado Avalanche Information Center reports snow totals there of around 2 feet of snow with some areas east of the continental divide picking up 3 feet or more.
The center says wind-drifted snow likely formed slabs up to 4 or 5 feet deep and skiers can expect avalanches on all steep slopes today.
Other snow totals range from 15 inches around Vail to 24 inches around Breckenridge and Arapahoe Basin.