Up to a foot of snow headed our way

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Up to a foot of snow headed our way

La Niña pattern could mean drier-than-average winter
The sun sets along the San Juan Skyway causing copper pigments on the mountainside. Weather observers said an El Niño weather pattern could result in a drier-than-average winter.
Clouds begin to pile up Wednesday evening west of Durango.
Snowpack in Southwest Colorado mountains is at 38 percent of normal to start the winter.

Up to a foot of snow headed our way

The sun sets along the San Juan Skyway causing copper pigments on the mountainside. Weather observers said an El Niño weather pattern could result in a drier-than-average winter.
Clouds begin to pile up Wednesday evening west of Durango.
Snowpack in Southwest Colorado mountains is at 38 percent of normal to start the winter.
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