US 6 closures, muddy ride on Friday

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By journalsofus.com


A worker with a snow shovel clears heavy, wet snow in the parking lot of the University Hills King Soopers in Denver on Thursday, March 14, 2024. (Photo by Andy Cross/The Denver Post)

Travelers can expect hazardous road conditions Friday morning, especially along mountain passes. the National Weather Service in Pueblo said Friday morning. The Denver metro, foothills and Front Range are still coming out of a big snow storm on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

“Road conditions remain serious in several locations” Jeffcom 911 dispatch tweeted. “Please stay home if you can.”

Road closures in Colorado on Friday, March 15

  • US 6 is closed in both directions between Colo. 119 and Colo. 93, near Golden, for safety reasons.
  • Colo. 46 is closed in both directions between Colo. 119 and Golden Gate Drive, near Central City.
  • US 6 is closed in both directions over Loveland Pass east of Keystone between mile markers 222 and 229.
  • Colo. 9 is closed in both directions between County Road 4 and Quandary Drive. Hoosier Pass is not recommended for travel.
  • Colo. 14 is closed in both directions between County Road 61 and US 287.

This is a developing story and will be updated.



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