Forecasters are warning of hazardous traveling in Colorado’s mountains because of winter storms and state transportation officials are recommending drivers pack winter survival kits.
A pacific storm front could dump up to 14 inches in the north central mountains by this afternoon.
Driving will be dicey because strong winds, with gusts up to 50 mph, will cause drifting and blowing snow.
A powerful winter storm that moved into Western Colorado on Christmas Day was expected to bring up to 3 feet of snow in parts of the western mountains.
Just a dusting of snow was forecast for the Denver metro area...
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