PHOTOS: Snowmageddon 2020 day 2 | PostIndependent.com

PHOTOS: Snowmageddon 2020 day 2

A man runs a snowblower down the sidewalk in downtown New Castle on Friday morning after a heavy snowstorm left close to a foot of snow in the area.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
A pair of tuber flide down the freshly packed snow east of the airport Friday in Rifle. Thursday’s storm dropped seven inches of new snow in western Garfield County. (Kyle Mills / Post Independent)
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Three-foot tall snow piles sit in the middle of Main Street in downtown New Castle on Friday afternoon. (Chelsea Self / Post Independent)
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
The tubing hill near the Rifle Garfield County Airport thrives with activity Friday afternoon, taking advantage of the snowfall from the recent storm that passed through western Garifeld County. (Kyle Mills / Post Independent)
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A man shovels snow from the roof of a building in downtown New Castle after a storm left close to a foot of snow in town on Thursday and Friday. (Chelsea Self / Post Independent)
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
A city of Rifle employee plows off the sidewalks near I-70 in Rifle Friday. Crews were busy cleaning up the snow left by the snow storm that swept through the area Thursday and early Friday. (Kyle Mills / Post Independent)
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A man does some cross country skiing down a neighborhood street in downtown Silt on Friday afternoon after a snowstorm left close to a foot in the area on Thursday and overnight into Friday. (Chelsea Self / Post Independent)
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
Amtrak’s California Zephyr makes its way along the snowy banks of the Colorado River in Rifle Friday. (Kyle Mills / Post Independent)
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Seven-year-old Eli Minor gets pulled on a sled through the deep snow in New Castle on Friday afternoon. (Chelsea Self / Post Independent)
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
The tubing hill on the east side of the Rifle Garfield County Airport thrives with activity Friday as all ages enjoyed the new snow in Rifle. (Kyle Mills / Post Independent)
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A man runs a snowblower down the sidewalk in downtown New Castle on Friday morning after a heavy snowstorm left close to a foot of snow in the area. (Chelsea Self / Post Independent)
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
The tubing hill near the airport proved a popular spot Friday as all ages enjoyed the new snow in Rifle. (Kyle Mills / Post Independent)
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