Colorado snow forecast along highways, March 16 and 17, 2022

DENVER (KDVR) – Colorado travelers should brace for road impacts Thursday as another snow system sets in.

The Pinpoint Weather team predicts the heaviest road impacts are expected Thursday morning.

Here’s how much snow is expected along Colorado’s major Front Range highways from Wednesday night through Thursday night, according to the National Weather Service.

Interstate 25

From south to north:

  • colorado springs: 3-6 inches
  • monument hill: 8-12 inches
  • stone castle: 7-12 inches
  • denver: 4-9 inches
  • Erie: 3-7 inches
  • Fort Collins: 2-4 inches
  • Cheyenne: 1-4 inches

US 36

From west to east:

  • Estes Parch: 5-8 inches
  • Lyons: 4-8 inches
  • Rock: 5-9 inches
  • denver: 4-9 inches
  • Byers: 4-10 inches
  • Last chance: 2-5 inches
  • Cope: 1-3 inches

United States 285

From west to east:

  • buena vista: 3-5 inches
  • Anterior junction: 5-8 inches
  • Fair play: 4-8 inches
  • Jefferson: 7-11 inches
  • Bailey: 7-11 inches
  • Coniferous: 10-15 inches
  • Morisson: 6-11 inches
  • Englewood: 5-9 inches

Interstate 70

From west to east:

  • Vail Pass: 4-8 niches
  • Silverthorn: 2-5 inches
  • Eisenhower Tunnel: 6-10 inches
  • georgetown: 6-10 inches
  • Idaho Springs: 7-11 inches
  • Genesis: 9-14 inches
  • Golden: 7-12 inches
  • denver: 4-9 inches
  • Silt: 4-7 inches

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