FRISCO, Colo. (CBS4) – More snow is predicted for Colorado’s central mountains this weekend as towns are still trying to get a handle on all the snow they got from the last storm.

The town of Frisco is starting to run out of space to store all its snow. There is long-term, permanent snow storage, but the space is dwindling after getting four feet of snow in less than two weeks.

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Jeff Goble with Frisco Public Works says it’s been 10 years since they’ve seen so much snow and they need to use some creative thinking for places to put it.

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“We have had discussions of looking into, if we need to, a snowmelt machine,” Goble said.

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In Breckenridge, they have moved 3,600 dump truck loads of snow out of town in recent weeks and say they have about half of their snow storage left.