DENVER (KDVR) — A light snow is falling across the Front Range Wednesday leaving some cities on alert for slick roadways.
The Pinpoint Weather team has been tracking this storm that brought a rain and snow mix into the state. Snow showers developed over the mountains first and moved into the Front Range Wednesday morning.
While snow remains light, accumulation looks to be low as temperatures remain above freezing.
Multiple cities are impacted by the snow including a few that have been placed on accident alert. Commerce City, Douglas County and the Town of Castle Rock are all on accident alert meaning the police will only respond to crashes with injuries, those involving alcohol or drugs, hit-and-runs, and drivers without insurance. Otherwise, crashes can be reported online.
The northern part of the state is experiencing slippery roads and low visibility. The Livermore Fire Protection District north of Fort Collins is urging drivers to use caution on U.S. 287 as plows have not touched the roads.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is reporting that multiple roads across the Front Range and mountains are slushy and wet and urge drivers to take caution.
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