Colorado Department of Transportation crews are getting prepared to hit the roads again Tuesday as they prepare to deal with back-to-back storms.
Another day of heavy snowfall in the mountains has crews working around the clock to keep roads clear for traffic.
A popular winter pastime in the Centennial State is snowmobiling. From sweeping mountain pass views to gliding over snowy meadows, the sport is growing in popularity.
Dangerous conditions are forming in the high country. In many parts of the mountains the avalanche conditions are rated at considerable.
Some businesses in the high country told CBS4 a new policy by the U.S. Forest Service could wipe them out.
A man who runs ATV tours in the high country says he’s being shut down by the U.S. Forest Service.
Snow had been falling all day Monday on Vail Pass but there was very little accumulation.
A high wind warning for parts of the Front Range is in the forecast for Tuesday night and the strong winds already have been causing problems.
Recent snowfall after a dry start to the season has led to a considerable avalanche risk. That applies to all mountains in the central part of Colorado.
After Monday’s snow storm in the mountains the avalanche danger throughout the state is some of the highest all winter.