Winter Weather Updates 2/3/2020 - 2/4/2020

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Summary

Roadways may still have a layer of snowpack on them this morning. Slow down and give yourself some extra travel time today. Plow crews are on full call-out and focusing on primary and secondary routes. A small residential plow team has been activated and are currently responding to a small portion in the northwest part of the city.

We could see another inch of snow fall through this afternoon. Highs today are expected to reach 15 to 20 degrees. Northeast winds 10 to 15 mph. Chance of precipitation 50 percent. Wind chill readings are 10 below to zero.

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7:00 a.m. Tuesday, Feb 4, 2020

Roadways may still have a layer of snowpack on them this morning. Slow down and give yourself some extra travel time today. Plow crews are on full call-out and focusing on primary and secondary routes. A small residential plow team has been activated and are currently responding to a small portion in the northwest part of the city.

We could see another inch of snow fall through this afternoon. Highs today are expected to reach 15 to 20 degrees. Northeast winds 10 to 15 mph. Chance of precipitation 50 percent. Wind chill readings are 10 below to zero.

4:30 A.M Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020

Our snowplow crews are on full call out city-wide. Their focus is currently on primary routes and school areas. Travel will likely be difficult and icy for the morning commute. Slow down, allow yourself extra time, and use caution while traveling. If using Mountain Metro, be sure to view departure times on their website to check for delays.

1:30 p.m. Monday, Feb 3, 2020

Our snow crews are preparing our roads for winter weather. The storm could impact your evening commute. Snow will likely continue overnight with heavier snow expected north of Woodmen Road.

Winter Weather Briefing Feb. 3, 2020 | Flash Freeze

11:30 a.m. Monday, Feb 3, 2020

Snow accumulations of five to 10 inches are possible in higher terrains and two to six across lower elevations. The storm may impact commutes Monday evening and Tuesday morning. 

City snow crews are on full call out. They have pretreated known trouble areas such as Filmore Hill, Garden of the Gods Road, Centennial Blvd, Rockrimmon Blvd, Union Blvd, Woodmen Road, Austin Bluffs Parkway, Voyager Pkwy, Northgate Blvd, Old Ranch Road, Academy Blvd, Platte Ave etc. Snow and Ice Control operational focus will be on primary routes as snow begins to fall and snow fall rates ramp up in the early evening. 

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