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Carroll County Times, Dylan Slagle, Associated Press
Building manager Mike Long uses an electric snowblower to clear walkways outside the Wantz Building in Westminster, Md. as snow falls Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015.

DENVER — The snow is still falling in parts of western Colorado but tapering off along the Front Range.

A total of over 2 feet of snow is expected to fall around Telluride, Ouray, and Silverton by the end of Monday. Snow is also in the forecast in parts of Utah, Arizona and New Mexico.

Over the weekend, the Steamboat Springs ski area reported getting over 19 inches of snow while up to a foot fell in parts of the Denver area.

Many schools opened late because of the weather but some, including Alamosa and the Durango area, were closed for the day. Because of dangerous travel conditions around the state, Colorado lawmakers are also taking a snow day.