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Photos: Winter storm brings heavy snow to Steamboat

Recent storms, including one that brought about 18 inches of new snow on Thursday, Jan. 6, have partially hidden a fence made out of old skis on Third Street in Steamboat Springs.
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Snow continued to fall on a mailbox off Routt County Road 36 in Strawberry Park on Thursday, Jan. 6, as a winter storm moved through the area.
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Megan Gallegos clears several inches of snow off the top of her Jeep on Thursday, Jan. 6, after a storm brought more than a foot of snow to the Steamboat Springs area.
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Fonzie leads the way as Kellen Kurtz pulls her daughter, Autumn, through the streets of Steamboat Springs on a sled Thursday morning.
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A sign near the intersection of U.S. Highway 40 and Colorado 131 lets drivers know that Rabbit Ears Pass was closed on Thursday, Jan. 6. A winter storm that moved through the area Wednesday evening into Thursday morning made travel through the Colorado mountains difficult.
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Snow clings to aspen trees around Steamboat Springs as a winter storm passed through the Steamboat area Thursday, Jan. 6.
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Snow weighs down a pine tree’s branches in Steamboat Springs on Thursday morning after a winter storm brought significant snowfall to the region.
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A plow truck works to clear roads in downtown Steamboat Springs on Thursday, Jan. 6.
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Snow sits on top of a historic homestead in the Strawberry Park area.
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Fresh snow rests on top of a fence in Strawberry Park.
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Kristen Race walks Mogli through the snow-covered streets in downtown Steamboat Springs on Thursday, Jan. 6.
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Snow covers a white picket fence in downtown Steamboat Springs.
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