Southern Colorado mountain communities hurting because of drought

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PAGOSA SPRINGS, Colo. -- Communities and neighboring ski areas in southern Colorado are hurting. That part of the state is under severe drought conditions.

Overall snowpack is running around 33 percent of normal.

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