Rabbit Ears Pass. Photo Credit: National Weather Service via Twitter.

Rabbit Ears Pass. Photo Credit: National Weather Service via Twitter.

Snow is starting to stack up in Colorado, with well over a foot of powder predicted to fall. While some Coloradans may dread slick roads and early season snow, many are hoping this snowstorm will help slow the growth of the Cameron Peak Fire. This blaze is burning in Rocky Mountain National Park, recently exploding past 100,000 acres.

The snowfall is currently predicted to intensify throughout the day, continuing into the night and early Wednesday for much of the state.

Here's a look at what's landed so far around the state.

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