Snow Blasts Mountains, Front Range, Then Moves On
An avalanche closed Loveland Pass. Traction Law rules are in effect both directions on I-70 from Vail to Georgetown.
At DIA, about 50 flights were canceled overnight. But operations have now returned to normal.
Skies are starting to clear, I can see the mountains again from the Weather Center pic.twitter.com/dZZFrRmUKK— Lauren Whitney (@LaurenCBS4) November 11, 2015
Snow will be ending later today, but watch out for slippery overpasses and gusty winds on the plains. #cowx pic.twitter.com/XPwsZmluqt— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) November 11, 2015
Up to 12 inches of new snow have been reported in the mountains, just in time for the opening of Copper Mountain ski resort. Other ski areas saw decent accumulation too.
10" of snow overnight @Arapahoe_Basin! #cowx pic.twitter.com/6AqCgmMhB0— Jennifer Broome (@JenniferBroome) November 11, 2015
That escalated quickly! #snow #overnight #Cowx https://t.co/K30mcdulFP pic.twitter.com/Q7ur1FGp3S— Keystone Resort (@KeystoneMtn) November 11, 2015
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