Vail, Colorado - Heavy Snows to Hit Vail/Beaver Creek

 VAIL, Colorado — When the National Weather Service starts throwing around the term “epic,” you know this might be big.  “Heavy, heavy snow of epic proportions expected to last into Thursday above 9,000 feet,” the government agency said in an advisory issued Sunday afternoon for the Vail area.  Three to six feet of snow are expected to fall above 9,000 feet by Thursday afternoon, with some areas getting 8 feet, the service said in its winter storm warning. The warning covers Vail, Aspen, Crested Butte and Telluride and lasts through Tuesday night. Snow is expected to be most intense from Sunday night until tonight.  The highest amounts of snow are expected in places other than Eagle County — the Elk and San Juan mountains and the Grand Mesa.  Vail Mountain reported 8 more inches Sunday morning, bringing its season total to 160 inches.  Time to make your vacation plans for Vail & Beaver Creek, Colorado to enjoy all this powdery snow.  

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