Information shared by Xcel Energy. For additional information or customer support, please visit my.xcelenergy.com/customersupport/s/. DENVER (March 10, 2021) With the potential to see 2 to 3 feet of precipitation and wet, heavy snow, Xcel Energy is preparing to increase the…
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