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It's Christmastime in the city

Dec 17, 2017 Photo by Steve Peck

The heaviest storm of the season arrived Saturday in Riverton, with snowfall continuing into the night. Red taillights, green traffic lights, snowflakes and ...


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The heaviest storm of the season arrived Saturday in Riverton, with snowfall continuing into the night. Red taillights, green traffic lights, snowflakes and downtown Christmas lights combined in a bold nighttime scene downtown. The storm is expected to clear the area by Sunday afternoon, with highs nearing 40 degrees again by Tuesday -- followed by an Arctic blast late in the week that will send the temperatures below zero.

The heaviest storm of the season arrived Saturday in Riverton, with snowfall continuing into the night. Red taillights, green traffic lights, snowflakes and downtown Christmas lights combined in a bold nighttime scene downtown. The storm is expected to clear the area by Sunday afternoon, with highs nearing 40 degrees again by Tuesday -- followed by an Arctic blast late in the week that will send the temperatures below zero.


The heaviest storm of the season arrived Saturday in Riverton, with snowfall continuing into the night. Red taillights, green traffic lights, snowflakes and downtown Christmas lights combined in a bold nighttime scene downtown. The storm is expected to clear the area by Sunday afternoon, with highs nearing 40 degrees again by Tuesday -- followed by an Arctic blast late in the week that will send the temperatures below zero.

The heaviest storm of the season arrived Saturday in Riverton, with snowfall continuing into the night. Red taillights, green traffic lights, snowflakes and downtown Christmas lights combined in a bold nighttime scene downtown. The storm is expected to clear the area by Sunday afternoon, with highs nearing 40 degrees again by Tuesday -- followed by an Arctic blast late in the week that will send the temperatures below zero.

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