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Last updated 10:41AM ET
December 17, 2017
KSUT Regional
KSUT Regional
Storm Hammers Four Corners
(2008-01-29)
(ksut) - HOST LEAD: The first in what could be a series of winter storms hammered Southwest Colorado today. KSUT's Victor Locke has an update.

VICTOR: Moisture from storms hammering the west coast swung into Colorado Sunday, and by this morning, had dumped up almost four feet of snow in some areas.
Durango saw 10-18 inches, Silverton had 30-inches dump in town.
Bayfield, Vallecito and Pagosa Springs received almost 15 inches.
Cortez saw more wet from the storm, with 1-3 inches reported.
The storm brought rains to New Mexico.
We could see several more inches tonight.
Grand Junction forecaster Jerry Smith says more west coast storms are lining up to come our way.
SMITH: BEST CHANCE FOR YOU GUYS DOWN THERE WILL BE WEDNESDAY, AND THEN AGAIN ON THE WEEKEND.
Smith says it's too early to tell how much snow those storms will bring.
LPEA reports about 500 customers left powerless because of the storm, had electricity restored by day's end.
Many schools which closed today will announce early tomorrow if they will be closed.
The city of Durango plans to issue a Red Alert for tomorrow at least through the weekend, forbidding parking on marked snow control routes to facilitate plow crews.
From KSUT, I'm Victor Locke.
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