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Downed power lines and polls are shown along the Moose-Wilson Road near Teton Village, Wyo. Wednesday, Feb.8, 2017, after an overnight storm blew through the area. Wind gusts of up to 90 mph were reported in west-central Wyoming Tuesday night, but a Lower Valley Energy source said it's not clear if it was straight winds, microbursts or something else that bent some of the steel poles over like they were made of balsa wood. (Brian Tanabe/Lower Valley Energy via AP)

Downed power lines and polls are shown along the Moose-Wilson Road near Teton Village, Wyo. Wednesday, Feb.8, 2017, after an overnight storm blew through the area. Wind gusts of up to 90 mph were reported in west-central Wyoming Tuesday night, but a Lower Valley Energy source said it's not clear if it was straight winds, microbursts or something else that bent some of the steel poles over like they were made of balsa wood. (Brian Tanabe/Lower Valley Energy via AP)

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