People head outdoors to enjoy the latest snowfall around Colorado

Erika Ristan, of Black Hills, South Dakota, climbs in Clear Creek Canyon near tunnel 6 in Golden. She and her friends are passing through Colorado and took advantage of the break in the weather. (Eric Lutzens, The Denver Post)

Colorado is an all-seasons state, which means when it snows, we go outside. This most recent storm dumped up to 16 inches on southern mountains, around 8-10 inches in the northern mountains and roughly 3-4 inches at the Front Range ski areas. Another storm is expected to roll into the mountains Thursday morning.

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