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Spring storm hits Pikes Peak region, Colorado

Snow and rain hit many parts of the state Sunday, May 11, and Monday, May 12, 2014.

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Pat Blazek shields himself from the snow and wind with an umbrella as he competes in a disc golf tournament Sunday, May 11, 2014, at Aggie Greens in Fort Collins, Colo. Snow is expected to fall through Monday, with highs reaching the sixties later this week. (AP Photo/The Coloradoan, Erin Hull)

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Crews clean up a school bus and semi collision on northbound I-25 Sunday, May 11, 2014 in Fort Collins, Colo. The driver of the bus, who was the only occupant of the vehicle, was the only one injured in the crash. (AP Photo/The Coloradoan, Erin Hull)

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A truck moves off of Interstate I-70 to chain up before continuing eastward in Vail, Colo. on Sunday, May 11, 2014. The storm that ripped through the Vail Valley on Mother's Day caused numerous accidents and road closures. (AP Photo/The Vail Daily, Anthony Thornton)

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A car drives passed a tree covered in blossoms as a spring snow continues to fall across the Fort Collins, Colo. region Sunday, May 11, 2014. (AP Photo/The Coloradoan, Erin Hull)

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Crews clean up a school bus and semi collision on northbound I-25 Sunday, May 11, 2014 in Fort Collins, Colo. The driver of the bus, who was the only occupant of the vehicle, was the only one injured in the crash. (AP Photo/The Coloradoan, Erin Hull)

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A driver travels west on I-70 during a snowstorm in Vail, Colo. on Sunday, May 11, 2014. The Mother's Day storm caused numerous accidents along the Interstate from Silverthorne to Gypsum. (AP Photo/Vail Daily, Anthony Thornton)

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Keith Vest competes in a disc golf tournament Sunday, May 11, 2014, at Aggie Greens in Fort Collins, Colorado. Snow is expected to fall through Monday, with highs reaching the sixties later this week. (AP Photo/The Coloradoan, Erin Hull)

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A Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad passenger train arrives in Silverton, Colo., on Sunday, May 11, 2014, amid a severe snowstorm that dropped more than a foot on the San Juan Mountains of southwest Colorado. (AP Photo/Silverton Standard, Mark Esper)

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Spring blossoms on trees are coated with snow along 9th street in Boulder, Colo., on Sunday, May 11, 2014. amidst big fat wet snowflakes. 4-9 inches is expected in the Denver and Boulder areas with up to a foot forecast for the foothills and mountains. (AP Photo/The Denver Post, Helen H. Richardson)

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Rain turned to snow Sunday afternoon along the Arkansas River in Canon City. (Jerry Herman, The Gazette)

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Snow covers a bear statue Sunday in downtown Colorado Springs. (Dalton Walker, The Gazette)

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A rollover closed westbound I-70 just outside the Eisenhower tunnel. DPhoto via @DenverPolice

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@CSP_News just opened up traffic both ways on Hwy 6 in Clear Creek Canyon. Truck is still in the creek. Phot via Darren Whitehead @NewsDarren

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Hawkridge Subdivision in Black Forest. Submitted by Patricia Kirchner.

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Snow forced Woodland Park schools to call off classes Monday. (Matt Steiner, The Gazette)

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Snow forced Woodland Park schools to call off classes Monday. (Matt Steiner, The Gazette)

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Snow forced Woodland Park schools to call off classes Monday. (Matt Steiner, The Gazette)

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BOULDER, CO - May 11, 2014: Marti Matsch walks her three dogs, from left to right, Boris, Cleo, and Leila along 9th street in Boulder, CO on May 11, 2014. amidst big fat wet snowflakes. 4-9 inches is expected in the Denver and Boulder areas with up to a foot forecast for the foothills and mountains. (Photo By Helen H. Richardson/ The Denver Post)

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Firefighters work the scene of a two car injury accident that was one of many that slowed traffic on I-25 at the Monument exit north of Colorado Springs, Colo. as a spring snowstorm swept through Colorado Sunday, May 11, 2014. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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Cassandra Cantu shields her seven-week-old puppy "Kamala" from the snow as she walks with friends in the Bear Creek Dog Park Sunday, May 11, 2014. Snow is expected to continue in the Pikes region overnight Sunday. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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Icicles hang from a bridge over I-25 at the top of Monument Hill north of Colorado Springs, Colo. Sunday, May 11, 2014 during a spring snowstorm that hit Colorado on Sunday. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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left to right, Cassandra Cantu, Daniel Thorp, Aaron Smith, Jarred Smith and Jes Unruh walk their dogs in the Bear Creek Dog Park as snow begins to fall Sunday afternoon. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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Pedestrians in downtown Colorado Springs Sunday afternoon, May 11, 2014, as heavy snow begins to fall. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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"These little guys really weathered the storm.. poor things." Photos submitted by Darline Grubbs

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Photo submitted by Darline Grubbs

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Photo submitted by Darline Grubbs

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Woodland Park. Photo submitted by Billie Irby

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Title 9K in Boulder. Photo submitted by Shannon Henningsen Pulsipher.

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Patty Jewitt area. Photo submitted by Timothy Gore

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Photo submitted by Toni Switzer Smedley

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A view from the Manitou Incline. Photo submitted by Stephen Pete Peterson

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A view from the Manitou Incline, 2. Photo submitted by Stephen Pete Peterson

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A basket of panies is burdened with a layer of wet snow in front of the Broadmoor Hotel after a late snowfall hit the Pikes Peak region Monday, May 12, 2014. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend.
Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

A basket of panies is burdened with a layer of wet snow in front of the Broadmoor Hotel after a late snowfall hit the Pikes Peak region Monday, May 12, 2014. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend. Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

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Sue Saunders walks her dog, Pogel in the Garden of the Gods on Monday, May 12, 2014. She said she doesn't mind the snow but could do without the wind, after Sunday's snowfall that left a blanket of heavy wet snow throughout the area. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend.
Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

Sue Saunders walks her dog, Pogel in the Garden of the Gods on Monday, May 12, 2014. She said she doesn't mind the snow but could do without the wind, after Sunday's snowfall that left a blanket of heavy wet snow throughout the area. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend. Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

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Traffic moves slowly on a snowpacked and icy Highway 24 coming into Divide, Colo. Monday, May 12, 2014, after the latest snowfall left a blanket of heavy wet snow throughout the area. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend.
Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

Traffic moves slowly on a snowpacked and icy Highway 24 coming into Divide, Colo. Monday, May 12, 2014, after the latest snowfall left a blanket of heavy wet snow throughout the area. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend. Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

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Patrick Szymankowski shovels snow outside of his State Farm Insurance office on highway 24 in Woodland Park Monday, May 12, 2014. Woodland Park received up to eight inches in the latest snowfall, closing the school district for the day. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend.
Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

Patrick Szymankowski shovels snow outside of his State Farm Insurance office on highway 24 in Woodland Park Monday, May 12, 2014. Woodland Park received up to eight inches in the latest snowfall, closing the school district for the day. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend. Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

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Paul Kennedy unloads his grocery cart in the parking lot of City Market in Woodland Park Monday, May 12, 2014. A spring snowfall left a blanket of up to 10 inches of heavy wet snow in Woodland Park, more in Divide and Cripple Creek. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend.
Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

Paul Kennedy unloads his grocery cart in the parking lot of City Market in Woodland Park Monday, May 12, 2014. A spring snowfall left a blanket of up to 10 inches of heavy wet snow in Woodland Park, more in Divide and Cripple Creek. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend. Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

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APTOPIX Colorado Weather

Pat Blazek shields himself from the snow and wind with an umbrella as he competes in a disc golf tournament Sunday, May 11, 2014, at Aggie Greens in Fort Collins, Colo. Snow is expected to fall through Monday, with highs reaching the sixties later this week. (AP Photo/The Coloradoan, Erin Hull)

Colorado Weather

Crews clean up a school bus and semi collision on northbound I-25 Sunday, May 11, 2014 in Fort Collins, Colo. The driver of the bus, who was the only occupant of the vehicle, was the only one injured in the crash. (AP Photo/The Coloradoan, Erin Hull)

Colorado Weather

A truck moves off of Interstate I-70 to chain up before continuing eastward in Vail, Colo. on Sunday, May 11, 2014. The storm that ripped through the Vail Valley on Mother's Day caused numerous accidents and road closures. (AP Photo/The Vail Daily, Anthony Thornton)

Colorado Weather

A car drives passed a tree covered in blossoms as a spring snow continues to fall across the Fort Collins, Colo. region Sunday, May 11, 2014. (AP Photo/The Coloradoan, Erin Hull)

Colorado Weather

Crews clean up a school bus and semi collision on northbound I-25 Sunday, May 11, 2014 in Fort Collins, Colo. The driver of the bus, who was the only occupant of the vehicle, was the only one injured in the crash. (AP Photo/The Coloradoan, Erin Hull)

Colorado Weather

A driver travels west on I-70 during a snowstorm in Vail, Colo. on Sunday, May 11, 2014. The Mother's Day storm caused numerous accidents along the Interstate from Silverthorne to Gypsum. (AP Photo/Vail Daily, Anthony Thornton)

Colorado Weather

Keith Vest competes in a disc golf tournament Sunday, May 11, 2014, at Aggie Greens in Fort Collins, Colorado. Snow is expected to fall through Monday, with highs reaching the sixties later this week. (AP Photo/The Coloradoan, Erin Hull)

Colorado Weather

A Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad passenger train arrives in Silverton, Colo., on Sunday, May 11, 2014, amid a severe snowstorm that dropped more than a foot on the San Juan Mountains of southwest Colorado. (AP Photo/Silverton Standard, Mark Esper)

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Spring blossoms on trees are coated with snow along 9th street in Boulder, Colo., on Sunday, May 11, 2014. amidst big fat wet snowflakes. 4-9 inches is expected in the Denver and Boulder areas with up to a foot forecast for the foothills and mountains. (AP Photo/The Denver Post, Helen H. Richardson)

Rain turned to snow Sunday afternoon along the Arkansas River in Canon City. (Jerry Herman, The Gazette)

Snow covers a bear statue Sunday in downtown Colorado Springs. (Dalton Walker, The Gazette)

A rollover closed westbound I-70 just outside the Eisenhower tunnel. DPhoto via @DenverPolice

@CSP_News just opened up traffic both ways on Hwy 6 in Clear Creek Canyon. Truck is still in the creek. Phot via Darren Whitehead @NewsDarren

Hawkridge Subdivision in Black Forest. Submitted by Patricia Kirchner.

Snow forced Woodland Park schools to call off classes Monday. (Matt Steiner, The Gazette)

Snow forced Woodland Park schools to call off classes Monday. (Matt Steiner, The Gazette)

Snow forced Woodland Park schools to call off classes Monday. (Matt Steiner, The Gazette)

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BOULDER, CO - May 11, 2014: Marti Matsch walks her three dogs, from left to right, Boris, Cleo, and Leila along 9th street in Boulder, CO on May 11, 2014. amidst big fat wet snowflakes. 4-9 inches is expected in the Denver and Boulder areas with up to a foot forecast for the foothills and mountains. (Photo By Helen H. Richardson/ The Denver Post)

WEATHER SNOW

Firefighters work the scene of a two car injury accident that was one of many that slowed traffic on I-25 at the Monument exit north of Colorado Springs, Colo. as a spring snowstorm swept through Colorado Sunday, May 11, 2014. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

WEATHER SNOW

Cassandra Cantu shields her seven-week-old puppy "Kamala" from the snow as she walks with friends in the Bear Creek Dog Park Sunday, May 11, 2014. Snow is expected to continue in the Pikes region overnight Sunday. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

WEATHER SNOW

Icicles hang from a bridge over I-25 at the top of Monument Hill north of Colorado Springs, Colo. Sunday, May 11, 2014 during a spring snowstorm that hit Colorado on Sunday. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

WEATHER SNOW

left to right, Cassandra Cantu, Daniel Thorp, Aaron Smith, Jarred Smith and Jes Unruh walk their dogs in the Bear Creek Dog Park as snow begins to fall Sunday afternoon. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

WEATHER SNOW

Pedestrians in downtown Colorado Springs Sunday afternoon, May 11, 2014, as heavy snow begins to fall. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

"These little guys really weathered the storm.. poor things." Photos submitted by Darline Grubbs

Photo submitted by Darline Grubbs

Photo submitted by Darline Grubbs

Woodland Park. Photo submitted by Billie Irby

Title 9K in Boulder. Photo submitted by Shannon Henningsen Pulsipher.

Patty Jewitt area. Photo submitted by Timothy Gore

Photo submitted by Toni Switzer Smedley

A view from the Manitou Incline. Photo submitted by Stephen Pete Peterson

A view from the Manitou Incline, 2. Photo submitted by Stephen Pete Peterson

A basket of panies is burdened with a layer of wet snow in front of the Broadmoor Hotel after a late snowfall hit the Pikes Peak region Monday, May 12, 2014. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend.
Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

A basket of panies is burdened with a layer of wet snow in front of the Broadmoor Hotel after a late snowfall hit the Pikes Peak region Monday, May 12, 2014. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend. Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

Sue Saunders walks her dog, Pogel in the Garden of the Gods on Monday, May 12, 2014. She said she doesn't mind the snow but could do without the wind, after Sunday's snowfall that left a blanket of heavy wet snow throughout the area. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend.
Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

Sue Saunders walks her dog, Pogel in the Garden of the Gods on Monday, May 12, 2014. She said she doesn't mind the snow but could do without the wind, after Sunday's snowfall that left a blanket of heavy wet snow throughout the area. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend. Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

Traffic moves slowly on a snowpacked and icy Highway 24 coming into Divide, Colo. Monday, May 12, 2014, after the latest snowfall left a blanket of heavy wet snow throughout the area. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend.
Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

Traffic moves slowly on a snowpacked and icy Highway 24 coming into Divide, Colo. Monday, May 12, 2014, after the latest snowfall left a blanket of heavy wet snow throughout the area. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend. Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

Patrick Szymankowski shovels snow outside of his State Farm Insurance office on highway 24 in Woodland Park Monday, May 12, 2014. Woodland Park received up to eight inches in the latest snowfall, closing the school district for the day. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend.
Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

Patrick Szymankowski shovels snow outside of his State Farm Insurance office on highway 24 in Woodland Park Monday, May 12, 2014. Woodland Park received up to eight inches in the latest snowfall, closing the school district for the day. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend. Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

Paul Kennedy unloads his grocery cart in the parking lot of City Market in Woodland Park Monday, May 12, 2014. A spring snowfall left a blanket of up to 10 inches of heavy wet snow in Woodland Park, more in Divide and Cripple Creek. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend.
Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

Paul Kennedy unloads his grocery cart in the parking lot of City Market in Woodland Park Monday, May 12, 2014. A spring snowfall left a blanket of up to 10 inches of heavy wet snow in Woodland Park, more in Divide and Cripple Creek. According to local forecasts, a warming trend will bring the temperatures to the seventies by the weekend. Carol Lawrence/The Gazette

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