The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for Colorado’s Western Slope.
The worst of the snow has moved out from the storm that has battered New Jersey and the rest of the East Coast, and travelers at Denver International Airport are experiencing fewer problems.
Blowing snow is expected to continue making travel dangerous in parts of Colorado’s mountains through the evening.
More snow and high winds are expected in Colorado after portions of the state were pummeled by winter weather and gusting wind.
Amtrak passengers stuck in the snow are finally headed to their destinations.
Bitter cold is affecting airport operations in many areas and leaving travelers stuck at airports across the country.
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.
Coloradans braced for another round of snow this weekend as blistering cold temperatures continue across the state, filling homeless shelters and snarling traffic.
Crews have been out nearly nonstop since Tuesday night clearing roads and highways, and as Colorado gets into Wednesday night and sub-freezing temperatures, things can really get icy and drivers should drive accordingly.