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PHOTOS: Winter storm hits Western Slope

A CDOT snowplow pushes snow from the left lane down Grand Avenue after a storm left multiple inches of snow in Glenwood and surrounding towns.
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Glenwood Springs

A man shovels snow and scrapes away ice from the sidewalk in front of downtown shops on a frigid morning in Glenwood.
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A family walks down the stairs of the Grand Avenue pedestrian Bridge during a bitter cold morning in Glenwood.
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A bundled up woman waits to cross Grand Avenue on a frigid morning in downtown Glenwood.
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Snow blankets the hillside while trees still cling to fall after a late October snowstorm dumped multiple inches of snow in Glenwood and surrounding towns.
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I-70 sits snow packed late Monday morning after a snowstorm dumped multiple inches of snow in Glenwood and surrounding towns.
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Two women walk down Cooper Avenue in downtown Glenwood on a very chilly morning after a snowstorm dropped multiple inches of snow in the area.
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Rifle

Although a winter storm canceled all schools in the Garfield School District Re-2 on Monday, Rifle Middle School custodian Tammy Wynia, shoveling snow on an outside sidewalk, was hard at work. Asked what she thought of the snow, Wynia jokingly said, “I don’t like it.”
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Rick Christner, owner of Ricks Lawn Services in Rifle, shovels a sidewalk near downtown Rifle on Monday morning. Following a winter storm that swept across the Western Slope on Sunday night, Christner started plowing streets at 4 p.m. that day and kept working throughout the night.
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A tree still in the midst of shedding its bright orange fall foliage complements Roan Plateau, which sits enveloped by a blanket of low-lying clouds following a snowstorm, on Monday in Rifle.
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Kinsley Winschell, 4, enjoys a day of sledding following a snowstorm Monday in Rifle.
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Kinsley Winschell, 4, enjoys a day of sledding following a winter storm Monday in Rifle.
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Following a snowstorm, a thin blanket of low-lying clouds surrounds Roan Plateau on Monday in Rifle.
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