Snow Blankets Colorado

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

A fall storm is bringing the season's first snow to Denver and more powder to Colorado's mountains.

Up to 4 inches fell in Denver by Wednesday morning, with more
falling in areas to the north. Downed power lines due to snow
caused power outages, including one that shut down the University
of Northern Colorado in Greeley.

Wall Street protesters continued to camp out under tarps, but
two people had to be treated for hypothermia.

The taste of winter came as President Barack Obama makes his
second visit to Denver in less than a month. The last time he
visited some people passed out from the heat.

The same storm was also bringing snow to Utah and Wyoming, where it shut down a portion of Interstate 80 between Laramie and
Cheyenne.


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