Snow-packed aspect roads and slushy highways met Denver drivers Monday as a winter storm continues to drop snow throughout the metro space.
Blowing snow diminished visibility in some areas Monday morning and most highways had been icy in spots, in line with the Colorado Division of Transportation, which discouraged pointless journey in a warning Monday, saying icy and snowy roads exist throughout the state.
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No main crashes had been reported within the Denver metro space by eight a.m. Monday.
A crash on Interstate 25 southbound closed one lane simply north of the junction with Colorado 402, close to Loveland, CDOT reported at 7 a.m.
By 7:20 a.m., Denver police had responded to 11 crashes since midnight, in addition to one automobile that was stolen whereas it was left operating to heat up, the division mentioned in an announcement on Twitter.
“As we transfer into AM rush hour, lets hold that very same vitality,” the division mentioned. “Drive safely, drive slowly, get there ultimately.”