LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) — This is one of those “Only in Colorado” moments. The CBS4 Mobile Weather Lab captured a wild traffic jam in Loveland, while reporting on the Thanksgiving week snowstorm.'All The More Jobs': Sen. John Hickenlooper Aims For More Federal Funding For DIA Projects
The courteous herd crossed right behind a wildlife crossing sign posted near the roadway.
HUGE herd of elk in West Loveland tonight. It doesn’t get much better than this folks! Listen close, you can hear the cows talking to the bulls! I love CO! @RobCBS4 @CBSDenver #4wx #snowstorm #coloradosnow #ThanksgivingTravel pic.twitter.com/udx35dHzWEREAD MORE: Suzanne Morphew Disappearance: Husband Barry Morphew Now Facing Murder Charges, No Body Found
— Jamie Leary (@JamieALeary) November 27, 2019
The Thanksgiving week storm set a record in nearby Fort Collins. The 15.5 inches was the second most snow on record in Fort Collins in November.MORE NEWS: Colorado Latinos Celebrate Cinco De Mayo After Disproportionate Impact From COVID