Frosty delight

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Marysa Frost takes a bite of snow while playing at Rocket Park.

Marysa Frost, 7, of Grand Junction takes a big bite of soft snow while playing at Rocket Park this morning. Marysa was at the park with her father and was building snowmen with several friends who live close by.

The forecast for today calls for light snow continuing into the evening, with skies clearing Monday afternoon.

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