After overnight snowfall and very cold temperatures overnight, many are waking up to a tough commute on Thursday. For some, your drives may be impossible or include a large detour because there are many road closures.
Interstate 76 is closed in both directions from the Nebraska border to the U.S. Highway 6 exit in Sterling from Mile Point 184 to Mile Point 125. The closure extends for the eastbound lanes to Exit 90: Colorado Highway 71 (near Brush.)
Interstate 70 westbound is closed between Exit 216, U.S. 6, Loveland Pass and Exit 205, Colorado Highway 9, U.S. Highway 6, Silverthorne (1 mile east of Eisenhower Tunnel.) The road is closed due to a stalled vehicle.
Interstate 70 is closed in both directions between Exit 203, Colorado Highway 9; East Frisco, and Exit 218, Herman Gulch.
U.S. Highway 6 is closed in both directions over Loveland Pass. That’s between Montezuma Road and I-70.
U.S. Highway 40 is closed in both directions over Berthoud Pass. That’s between Henderson Mine Road (Berthoud Falls) and Mary Jane Ski Area (Berthoud Pass) from Mile Point 249 to Mile Point 235.
U.S. Highway 40 is closed in both directions over Rabbit Ears Pass. That’s between Spruce Street (Kremmling) and Kemry Lane (near Rabbit Ears Pass) from Mile Point 184 to Mile Point 139.
U.S. Highway 287 is closed from Ted’s Place to Wyoming due to adverse conditions.
Colorado Highway 14 (Poudre Canyon Road) is closed in both directions between Sleepin Elephant (nine miles east of Cameron Pass) and County Road 36 (near Walden) from Mile Point 78 to Mile Point 35. Comment: closed both directions over Poudre Canyon
Colorado Highway 125 is closed in both directions from Walden to Granby.
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