The Wednesday morning commute was icy and slow around the Denver metro area after the snow started to fall and accumulate.
An unusual weather event hit Denver and the Front Range Thursday night turning roads, sidewalks and decks into a sheet of ice.
Road crews have been working around the clock to keep metro area streets clear, but there are still icy spots that will have drivers gripping the wheel tight.
There were no major injuries in a pileup on the flyover at Interstate 225 and Interstate 70 in Aurora Wednesday night, but the icy roads led to plenty of vehicle damage.
Firefighters in Highlands Ranch had to free a man from a car wreck in cold and snowy conditions Thursday morning.
Police in Denver believe icy roads started a reaction that ended with an SUV in Cherry Creek.
Insurance adjusters were busy on Friday in the Denver and Colorado Springs area after numerous crashes on icy streets.