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March 28, 1985

Snow and high winds from a blustery spring storm plugged mountain roads with near-blizzard conditions, shutting down a Utah ski resort and slowing efforts to restore power to thousands in parts of the West, where some areas braced for another foot of snow. The National Weather Service issued a warning in the Colorado Rockies for up to a foot of new snow from the second storm in two days. The high winds roared through with gusts of up to 76 m.p.h., kicking up blinding dust clouds that caused a 35-vehicle pileup in Colorado and punching windows out of a Denver high-rise.

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