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Pam Klein of Fort Collins shovels snow off her driveway as snow falls on Fort Collins Monday April 15, 2013. Many businesses and government offices are closing early due to weather conditions. (AP Photo/The Coloradoan, V. Richard Haro)

Spring storm bringing needed snow moisture to Colo., Wyo., now headed for Great Lakes

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DENVER (AP) — A spring storm is bringing much-needed moisture to parts of Colorado and Wyoming, but winds are raising the wildfire danger to the south.

The second wave of a slow-moving system could bring another foot of snow to parts of Colorado's mountains Tuesday, on top of up to a foot that fell the day before. Southeastern Wyoming could also get up to a foot by the time the storm moves across Colorado's northeast plains and into Nebraska and Iowa on Wednesday night.

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