Storm heads for Denver

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Mar 172003
 
Authors: Shandra Jordan

Denver and the Front Range could see two to four feet of snow between today and Wednesday.

“…(Denver) probably will end up with a foot or two by the time all is said and done sometime Wednesday,” wrote Buzz Bernard, a senior meteorologist at www.weather.com. “Even deeper snow – maybe two to four feet – could bury the foothills of the Front Range west of Denver.”

Students curious about whether CSU is operating or not can call 491-SNOW, an information line updated early in the morning.

The last time CSU closed its doors for a snowstorm was in March of 1992. Before that was a storm in March of 1990, said June Greist, the media relations manager for CSU.

“So it doesn’t happen very often, but when it does happen, it has happened in March,” Greist said.

Interim Chief of CSU Police Department Bob Chaffee said in a press release the CSUPD and Facilities Management are prepared to deal with snowy driving today and Wednesday.

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