High winds knocked down trees and caused other problems across the state on Friday.
The snow has really piled up in high country, but the crews responsible for moving the snow got a break this week, just in time for more snow to make its way there.
Recent blasts of winter in the mountains have stranded motorists and the Colorado Department of Transportation used something many might not have heard of to bail dozens of cars out of drifts.
The Colorado State Patrol has reopened U.S. Highway 285 between Fairplay and Kenosha Pass after high winds and blowing snow closed it on Friday.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is blaming drivers for a traffic tie-up over the weekend that left drivers fuming after being stuck in traffic for hours.
The snow has been falling non-stop in the high country, and while the ski resorts love it, it’s becoming a safety concern in some spots.
With the threat of more snow combined with what has already accumulated, Colorado Department of Transportation crews have been busier than ever monitoring avalanche paths in the high country.
Incredible video shows the moment an avalanche buried a snowmobiler near Gunnison.
It’s a very quiet day so far at A-Basin. The Summit County ski resort is inaccessible because of avalanche prevention work.
Snow and wind are causing huge avalanche concerns in the high country.