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Update. from Bailey to Denver. CNTY RD 43 is snow packed and icy. Real Slippery. From 43 to Pine Junction is the same. Slushy and slippery from Pine Junction to Aspen Park/ Conifer. Further down past Meyers. Snow packed / slush mix and From Richmond hill all the way to Morrison exit. Snow packed and Icy. Turkey Creek is a Mess and Windy point is very bad, This all between 7 am and 8:30 Am. Denver is just wet with lots of splash back.
Just got home from driving hwy 470 to Pine Junction.
All of 285 is snowpacked in both directions, starting to get slippy in the tire tracks, especially in corners, I was in a 4wd Subaru, going 20-25mph. Traction was not good, even worse when I tried to go slower. No salt on the road, snow plows weren't out yet. Good luck on the morning commute everyone, take it slow!
drove from Harris Park to 285 and wadsworth Roads suck stay home. There were a few spots the wind was blowing the heavy Millennium Falcon snow around I couldn't see anything at all. Once out of the canyon it's more of a very thick slush with snow covering and then over by Kipling it's just wet again
I just drive almost same route, but from tech center to CR-43. Slush in town, snow by 470 & 285, snow packed roads and strong blowing winds all the way to Pine. Truck stuck in northbound lane of 285, just below King’s Valley, Semi stopped on Windy Point in Southbound lane. Very slow going until about Roland Valley Rd. Took me an extra 30 minutes.
2:45 to 4 pm, Richmond Hill Road to Evergreen Walmart area - 285 was wet, not even slushy 73 and 74 had snow pack but a lot of tire tracks/trail with pavement visible.