DENVER (CBS4)– The spring storm that brought winter-like weather to Colorado is being blamed for one big power outage and several smaller ones. Xcel Energy crews are working to restore power to nearly 11,000 customers.

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Xcel told CBS4 that there is one large outage with several smaller outages. Crews are working on more than 400 different jobs along the Front Range and in the mountains.

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Most of the power outages are in the Denver metro area with some in the higher elevations.

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Xcel Energy called in extra crews to help restore power to those without.

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The storm brought several inches of heavy, wet spring snow to Colorado, causing some road closures and downed  trees.

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IREA told CBS4 there were about 1,200 customers without power, many of them south of Castle Rock in Douglas County.