Snowy weekend in Clear Creek

Posted 3/15/21

Saturday and Sunday’s snowstorm dropped 2 feet-3 feet of snow across Clear Creek County, and the weekend’s snowfall is now the fourth-biggest on record for the Denver area. The storm closed …

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Snowy weekend in Clear Creek

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Saturday and Sunday’s snowstorm dropped 2 feet-3 feet of snow across Clear Creek County, and the weekend’s snowfall is now the fourth-biggest on record for the Denver area. The storm closed Interstate 70 for several hours both days because of poor conditions and crashes, leaving some motorists frustrated. However, it also provided a source of fun as locals took to their snowmobiles and skis to get around, and both Idaho Springs and Georgetown residents held snowball fights at local parks.

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