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On the Hill: Lucky storm headed for Vail?

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Vail official report: 0 inches new snow in last 24 hours, 6 inches in the last week

Weather: Very cloudy

Liftline status: Lines are much shorter than yesterday

Breakdown: It looks like a storm is on the way at Vail, just as forecasted. The heavy clouds over head are making visibility difficult, so be careful out there.

Snowcast: There may be a few hours of steadier snow along and north of I-70 on Monday evening, then the precipitation will be showery (on-and-off) on Tuesday, and total accumulations could be around 4 inches along I-70, reports meteorologist Joel Gratz with opensnow.com.

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