UPDATE: High country road conditions

By: KKCO - Email
By: KKCO - Email

Snow hit the mountains pretty good yesterday but the National Weather Service says it was less than expected.
The spring storm in the high country led to multiple accidents.
Vail Pass was shut down in both directions yesterday afternoon and didn't re–open until 7:30 p.m. last night.
Loveland Pass is now open but chains are required on all commercial vehicles, including buses/vans that can hold 16 or more people. The road is snowy, icy and snowpacked.
Chain restrictions for I-70 have been dropped. I-70 is wet and slushy with icy and snowpacked spots.
Chain restrictions have also been dropped on US 550 Red Mountain and Molas Passes as well as US 50 Monarch Pass. The roads have icy and snowpacked spots.
Chain restrictions have also been dropped for CO 9 Hoosier Pass. The road is wet, icy and slushy in spots.
Chain restrictions have also been dropped for US 50 Cerro Summit and US 550 Coal Bank. The road is icy, wet and slushy in spots.


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