8+ inches of snow reported in Vail; drivers urged to avoid I-70

Vail employees headed home to Eagle on Sunday evening reported drive times of more than an hour after snow blasted Interstate 70 in Eagle County throughout the afternoon. The CDOT caution, sent at 7:41 p.m. on Sunday, specified bitter cold temperature levels and common snow impacts will make driving conditions challenging through the night, and Monday mornings commute will be slow-going with icy conditions, particularly on bridges and overpasses. “CDOT teams are completely released getting rid of snow, with the focus on clearing the interstates and most significantly took a trip routes initially.”

Vail staff members headed house to Eagle on Sunday night reported drive times of more than an hour after snow blasted Interstate 70 in Eagle County throughout the afternoon. The CDOT care, sent at 7:41 p.m. on Sunday, specified bitter cold temperature levels and prevalent snow impacts will make driving conditions challenging through the night, and Monday early mornings commute will be slow-going with icy conditions, particularly on bridges and overpasses. “CDOT groups are fully launched getting rid of snow, with the focus on clearing the interstates and the majority of greatly took a trip paths initially.”
Snow was falling at rates of more than 1 inch per hour in places.” Depending on weather condition conditions, (the I-70 Mountain Corridor) may close for safety aspects, “CDOT authorities wrote in the release. CDOT recommends what they call “the quarter test,” which is carried out by inserting a quarter into the tire tread upside down, with Washingtons head going in extremely.