Snow weather for a walk

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Rocco DeBona takes his dogs for a walk in the snow.


Rocco DeBona of Grand Junction heads back to the parking lot after taking his dogs Fritz the daschund and Dixie the German shepherd for a walk on the trails at the Little Park trailhead through a skiff of wet snow.

The forecast calls for rain and snow showers in the Grand Valley through Tuesday.

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