Snow keeps falling in the Rockies - as it does quite often in Winter - but commuters on Interstate 70 are seeing more and more trouble throughout Friday afternoon.
First, it was a Budweiser truck that had jackknifed that slowed traffic throughout Glenwood Canyon along the westbound lanes. Part of the truck (maybe a foot) was even dangling over the roadway, according to pictures posted by Colorado State Patrol.
It took several hours to clean up that wreck, but traffic is up and moving again in the area - though that's not the end of woes along the mountain interstate.
It's taking 75 minutes to get from Denver to the Eisenhower Tunnel due to conditions on the roadways, the Colorado Department of Transportation says.
On top of that, conditions are deteriorating near Bakerville - snow plows and other CDOT crews are out working to help motorists, but visibility is low and the roads are dangerous.
U.S. 285 is closed from Fairplay to Kenosha Pass as well, CDOT announced just before 3 p.m., due to blowing/drifting snow. There is no estimated time of reopening.
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