Colorado in for bitter cold, snow
DENVER, Colorado – Drivers are encountering wet and icy roads across Colorado as a winter storm moves across the state with heavy snowfall expected in the Denver metro area.
The Colorado Department of Transportation says most of the roads and highways along the Front Range are snow-packed and slushy in spots but there have been no major closures. Snow began dropping early Sunday in Denver and forecasters say total accumulations in some neighborhoods could be as high as 10 inches by Monday morning.
Northeast of Denver, Brush had reported 6 inches of snow by Sunday afternoon and 4 inches had dropped in Greenwood Village south of Denver.
The Denver Post reports there have been multiple accidents around Denver that are weather-related, according to the state patrol.