PAFB/SAFB/CMAFS—DELAYED REPORTING. Depart residence no earlier than 1030, 25 Feb 2021 due to road conditions. Telework highly encouraged. Leaders will monitor the weather and update this if needed. PAFB West gate is open to mission essential during delays/closures. pic.twitter.com/qyOBwztQIH— Schriever AFB (@SchrieverAFB) February 25, 2021
Driving conditions in the I-25 gap between Castle Rock and Monument are still icy, slow, and dangerous if you're driving too fast.
Oh. A real Colorado storm decided to say hello this time. Denver got hit hard along with most areas surrounding Denver. At least 8 inches from the #denver7 studios. Places west of downtown saw up to a foot. pic.twitter.com/mFsAG4xVZj— Eric Lupher (@EricLupher7) February 25, 2021
Denver saw 8 to 10 inches overnight, and Monument saw around 3 to 4 inches.
Driving conditions in the gap between Castle Rock and Monument are very slick, but road crews have been delayed clearing the southbound lanes.
Southern Colorado saw some of the heaviest snow last night in the El Paso county area before midnight.
Snow is still falling through the region with the current heaviest bands located down near Walsenburg and La Veta.
Snow totals will continue to be updated in this story through the morning.
Snow Wednesday night will continue to fall through early Thursday morning.
Colorado Springs received a wide range of 4 to 8 inches across town and Pueblo had 2 to 3 inches across town.
CDOT has been out plowing roads all night, but there is still lots of work to be done.
I-25 is covered in a thin layer of snow throughout all of Colorado Springs, and there's plenty of snow on the roads up to Denver.
Denver got hit with incredibly heavy snow, and we have 8 inches reported up near our sister station KMGH in Denver.
There are some roads in downtown Denver that have some deep snow. Travel could be challenging with a low riding vehicle. pic.twitter.com/SkIxIUCVU6— Jayson Luber (@Denver7Traffic) February 25, 2021
Bring the heavy coat with a hat and gloves in the car in case you get stuck in snow or are involved in an accident.