More snow and high winds are expected in Colorado after portions of the state were pummeled by winter weather and gusting wind.
Gilpin County was hit hard by strong winds on Sunday. United power says up to 1,500 homes lost power overnight, many of them in Golden Gate Canyon and near Rollinsville.
Strong winds were clocked at just over 100 miles per hour on top of Berthoud Pass Saturday and those winds tore through Georgetown overnight.
Strong winds were causing problems on Colorado’s Eastern Plains Thursday afternoon.
Strong winds are expected to create blowing dust across southern Colorado.
The wind knocked over the truck near Georgetown, slowing all the east bound lanes.
Day after day, it seems like we’re getting plastered by wind this year. Alan Gionet answers the Good Question, “What’s with the wind?”