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COLORADO WINDSTORM: Make sure to inflate before high winds move on Wednesday

LAKEWOOD, Colo. (KDVR) – Front Range residents are preparing their homes and outdoor furniture for the high winds, including Christmas strollers.

Rodger Ghering is a homeowner in Lakewood with some inflated Christmas lights in his front yard.

“Hey, we’re in the Christmas Spirit! Come down and have some Christmas cheer with us! “Ghering said.

Ghering has a plan to protect its inflated materials during Wednesday’s windstorm.

“I timed them, so they wouldn’t work anymore,” he said. “Maybe I’ll put ice on them, before I go to work, in the morning.”

Xcel Energy has a list of recommendations and what to do in the event of downed power lines and other potentially dangerous damage caused by wind. Customers can report a power outage by:

  • Report on Xcel Energy app
  • Online
  • Call 1-800-895-1999
  • Text “Out” to 98936
  • To check the status of the power outage, text “STAT” to 98936

“I think my best advice is to deflate them, so they don’t get caught in the wind and take an unintended flight,” said Xcel Communications Director Kelly Flenniken.

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Emma Bowman

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