Denver drivers venturing out over the weekend experienced slippery wintry conditions, confronting not just snow and ice but also low visibility.
The Wednesday morning commute was icy and slow around the Denver metro area after the snow started to fall and accumulate.
Roads were icy and snowpacked for drivers, and much slower drive times as well as many accidents were being reported.
Workers woke up to a frigid morning in the Denver metro area on a day where schools were back in session and people to wanted get to work and school safely.
The snow began tapering off Sunday evening but below zero temperatures overnight could mean an icy ride to work Monday morning.
Firefighters in Highlands Ranch had to free a man from a car wreck in cold and snowy conditions Thursday morning.
Drivers across the Denver metro area were arriving at work Monday frustrated and annoyed by a miserable morning commute.
Wednesday morning commuters were faced with more icy conditions, snowy roads and accidents.