(CBS4) — Interstate 70 has closed, and reopened, in multiple locations in the high country on Friday — and the situation was changing every few minutes in different areas throughout the day. Closures impacted Frisco, Vail Pass, and nearby areas in Clear Creek and Summit counties.

The most recent closure was eastbound lanes of I-70 at Edwards to the Avon exit for what CDOT called a “safety closure” due to winter driving conditions. That closure stayed in place for a little less than two hours and the interstate reopened about 5:30 p.m.

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I-70 finally reopened past Silverthorne just before 2 p.m.

“…it’s not great on the roads,” CBS4 Mountain Reporter Spencer Wilson tweeted earlier on Friday during the closure.

Please check cotrip.org for alerts, road conditions and traffic cameras, or follow the Colorado Department of Transportation on Twitter before heading out this holiday.