Move it snow, here comes the chill

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Move it snow, here comes the chill

Deep freeze (-15?) is on its way to storm-swept Southwest Colorado
Durango and La Plata County residents woke up on Thursday morning and began the chore of clearing a foot to 2 feet of snow that has fallen in various places in the area.
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A horse stands in a field in Hermosa that has been plowed open so that it can easily walk around.
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Good Samaritan's stop to help a mortorist that went off the road at Trimble Crossing north of Durango on Wednesday evening.
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Getting around in Durango over the past few days has not been easy.
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Trees that were burned black by the Missionary Ridge Fire stand out in contrast from the fresh snow.
Not even 14 inches of snow that fell during the recent storm can keep Durangoans off their bikes.

Move it snow, here comes the chill

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Durango and La Plata County residents woke up on Thursday morning and began the chore of clearing a foot to 2 feet of snow that has fallen in various places in the area.
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JERRY McBRIDE/Herald
A horse stands in a field in Hermosa that has been plowed open so that it can easily walk around.
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JERRY McBRIDE/Herald
Good Samaritan's stop to help a mortorist that went off the road at Trimble Crossing north of Durango on Wednesday evening.
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JERRY McBRIDE/Herald
Getting around in Durango over the past few days has not been easy.
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JERRY McBRIDE/Herald
Trees that were burned black by the Missionary Ridge Fire stand out in contrast from the fresh snow.
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Not even 14 inches of snow that fell during the recent storm can keep Durangoans off their bikes.
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