Heavy Colorado snow to make driving dangerous
DENVER, Colorado – The National Weather Service is warning drivers of blizzard conditions in parts of southwest Colorado through Monday.
Ice and snowpacked roads, along with wind gusts up to 70 mph at higher elevations, could make driving treacherous and lead to whiteouts.
The heaviest snow is expected west of the Continental Divide. Two to 3 feet of snow could fall for areas including Crested Butte, Telluride and Ouray.
High winds are expected as far east as Georgetown along Interstate 70.
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