Another winter storm is bringing more snow to Colorado's mountains.
Residents say it seems like a major storm has come through every few days, and it's been gray and cloudy for weeks on end.
Storms have reduced normally majestic views of mountains to views of snowdrifts as the white stuff piles up.
Weather forecasters say a strong jet stream is parked over Colorado, and strong winds are making the storm more severe.
A winter storm warning is in effect through Friday morning for the area, as well as snow and blowing snow advisories.
The forecast for the area called for up to twelve more inches of snow today, along with blizzard-like conditions due to the winds.
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