Snowstorm triggers power outages, closes Red Mountain Pass

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Snowstorm triggers power outages, closes Red Mountain Pass

LPEA working to restore electricity to hundreds of customers
A bald eagle eats breakfast after snatching a fish from a pond Thursday in the Animas Valley. Up to a foot of snow fell late Wednesday and early Thursday in the San Juan Mountains. Red Mountain Pass was closed Thursday, and La Plata Electric Association was working to restore power to hundreds of customers in La Plata County. Durango received about 5 inches of wet, heavy snow.
Up to a foot of snow fell late Wednesday and early Thursday in the San Juan Mountains, and more was expected today. Red Mountain Pass was closed Thursday, and La Plata Electric Association was working to restore power to hundreds of customers in La Plata County. Durango received about 5 inches of wet, heavy snow.

Snowstorm triggers power outages, closes Red Mountain Pass

A bald eagle eats breakfast after snatching a fish from a pond Thursday in the Animas Valley. Up to a foot of snow fell late Wednesday and early Thursday in the San Juan Mountains. Red Mountain Pass was closed Thursday, and La Plata Electric Association was working to restore power to hundreds of customers in La Plata County. Durango received about 5 inches of wet, heavy snow.
Up to a foot of snow fell late Wednesday and early Thursday in the San Juan Mountains, and more was expected today. Red Mountain Pass was closed Thursday, and La Plata Electric Association was working to restore power to hundreds of customers in La Plata County. Durango received about 5 inches of wet, heavy snow.
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