Durango, Bayfield school districts cancel Friday classes

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Durango, Bayfield school districts cancel Friday classes

Up to 15 inches of snow expected in town from Thursday, Friday storm
Marcos Wisner, co-owner of 11th Street Station on Main Avenue, clears his parking lot Thursday morning after more than 6 inches of snow fell overnight.
A skeleton man appears to have frozen to death Thursday morning in front of Cantera restaurant, 1150 Main Ave.
A Colorado Department of Transportation snowplow clears Tuesday on north Main Avenue in Durango. Schools were canceled across Southwest Colorado after a storm dumped 6 inches of snow Wednesday night in Durango and was expected to continue dumping snow Thursday and Friday.
At lest 6 inches of snow fell overnight as of Thursday morning in Durango. The National Weather Service was calling for up to 12 inches of snow during the storm.
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Durango, Bayfield school districts cancel Friday classes

Marcos Wisner, co-owner of 11th Street Station on Main Avenue, clears his parking lot Thursday morning after more than 6 inches of snow fell overnight.
A skeleton man appears to have frozen to death Thursday morning in front of Cantera restaurant, 1150 Main Ave.
A Colorado Department of Transportation snowplow clears Tuesday on north Main Avenue in Durango. Schools were canceled across Southwest Colorado after a storm dumped 6 inches of snow Wednesday night in Durango and was expected to continue dumping snow Thursday and Friday.
At lest 6 inches of snow fell overnight as of Thursday morning in Durango. The National Weather Service was calling for up to 12 inches of snow during the storm.

Durango, Bayfield school districts cancel Friday classes

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