DENVER – A strong winter storm will bring snow, wind and much colder weather to Colorado during the day on Sunday.
In fact blizzard conditions are possible on the open plains east of Denver by Sunday afternoon as an area of low pressure intensifies over western Kansas.
Snow and wind gusts as high as 40 mph can be expected for most of Sunday afternoon and evening.
It’s entirely possible to see widespread travel problems develop including possible closures on major interstates east of Denver, such as I-76 and I-70.
Travel is not advised during the peak of the winter storm.
Conditions will rapidly improve on Monday as the storm moves east.
Sweetheart City Hosts Weekend Festival Ahead Of Valentine’s Day
LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – Thousands of people are expected to head to the nation’s sweetheart city this weekend for the annual Fire & Ice Festival.
Organizers say the award winning event in Loveland celebrates love, life and the arts in all different forms.
It begins at 5 p.m. Friday and runs through Sunday.
There will be a wide selection of food, music, craft beer and performances and there will be fireworks on Friday and Saturday nights.
The festival brought in more than 40,000 guests last year.