Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, Dec. 18 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, Dec. 18

Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

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• Temperatures in the air level between 7,000 and 15,000 feet in the Steamboat area are primed to produce large snowflakes and lots of them. Rare snow drivers converging over Steamboat

• Steamboat Springs School Board members on Monday night said they will take some more time to determine whether a piece of land their school district owns west of Steamboat could soon house a new fire station. Steamboat School Board will wait to decide whether new fire station could be built on district land

• Steamboat Springs Police Sgt. John McCartin said Monday that officers responded to 16 non-injury car crashes in city limits from Saturday morning to Monday afternoon. Icy roads keep Routt County emergency crews busy during latest storm

• The stranded men were situated very close to a point on U.S. Forest Service Road 306 about one mile southwest of Summit Lake where the road crosses the North Fork of Fish Creek. Cellphone call helps Search and Rescue find stranded snowobilers on Buffalo Pass

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