Thursday, December 21, 2006

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Colorado Blizzard Leaves Travelers Stranded for 2nd Day
Thursday, December 21, 2006

...Denver, Colorado Springs and other cities along the Rocky Mountain Front Range were virtually ghost towns, with cars and SUVs slipping, sliding and crawling through thick snow toward the suburbs Wednesday.

Some 4,700 people hunkered down overnight at Denver International Airport, where flights in and out were canceled, spokesman Steve Snyder said.

"It feels like I'm a refugee," said Lisa Maurer, a graduate student at the University of Wyoming who was stuck at the airport while on her way home to Germany...,2933,237977,00.html

The National Weather Service posted blizzard warnings for most of eastern Colorado and adjoining sections of Nebraska and Kansas.

Up to 5 inches of snow had fallen by the morning rush hour in the Denver area. Two feet of snow was possible in the foothills just west of Denver, with 2 to 3 feet of accumulation farther north. Up to 20 inches could fall on the Plains of eastern Colorado. And winds of up to 30 mph could pile the snow into high drifts.

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