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Snow Hits the Front Range, Late but as Heavy as Predicted

Snow Hits the Front Range, Late but as Heavy as Predicted

Although the snow was slow to arrive, by the afternoon of March 14, the Front Range was under a blizzard warning imposed by the National Weather Service, with 20 inches (and counting) having already landed at Denver International Airport, where all six runways were closed. More snow is forecast through the night.




Although the snow was slow to arrive, by the afternoon of March 14, the Front Range was under a blizzard warning imposed by the National Weather Service, with 20 inches (and counting) having already landed at Denver International Airport, where all six runways were closed. More snow is forecast through the night.



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