Heavy snow closes second Colorado ski area
It marks the second day a Colorado mountain resort was forced to close because of the rare, potent storm dropping feet of powder in the high country
Monarch Mountain will not open on Tuesday, the Chaffee County ski area says, because of problems created by the more than a foot and a half of snow that has fallen there in the past 24 hours.
It marks the second day a Colorado mountain resort was forced to close because of the rare, potent storm dropping more than a foot of powder in the high country.
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