PHOTOS: Autumn Snow for Colorado, Wyoming

By Samantha-Rae Tuthill, Staff Writer
September 23, 2013; 12:30 PM ET
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Higher mountain elevations in Colorado and Wyoming received snow Sunday into Monday morning. In Colorado, most of the accumulation was at an elevation of about 9,000 feet.

Cripple Creek received 3.4 inches of accumulation. Crested Butte had 2.5 inches, Silverthorne had 1.5 inches and near Leadville received 1.4 inches of snow from the precipitation system.

Snow topes Pikes peak in Colorado.

The Tetons in Wyoming saw areas of snow.

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Snowy mountains in Boulder, Colo.

Snow fell in Monarch Pass in Colorado.

This Colorado Department of Transportation traffic cam shows snow building up along part of I-70.

This travel map from the Wyoming Department of Transportation highlights wet roads with reduced visibility.


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