Snow, Gusty Winds Hit Colorado's Front Range
Light snow began falling across Colorado’s Front Range on Saturday, December 14, causing reduced visibility and slick roadways. This video, taken from Loveland, Colorado, shows the snow beginning to accumulate along US-34.According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, the Front Range, which stretches from Pueblo to Cheyenne, Wyoming, is expected to receive up to two inches of snow during the storm, while the mountains could see up to a foot along with 45 mph winds.Dangerous avalanche conditions were reported on Saturday along Berthoud and Loveland passes. Credit: Kelly Jones via Storyful