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Summit County Weather Report: 2 feet expected by Friday morning

Throughout the day, tonight and into Thursday morning heavy snow is being predicted. An upwards of two feet is possible by Thursday night.

During the storm, stay updated on weather reports and road conditions.

I-70 is still a mess and the heavy snow persists.

Take heed to snow-packed roads and slower speeds.  4WD or snow tires are necessary on I-70.

UPDATES:

3:15 p.m., Safety closure on I-70 EB at Silverthorne exit 205. No ETA on reopening.

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2:45 p.m., Roll over east of Copper Mountain exit on I-70 EB. Expect delays.

2:00 p.m., Traffic flow continues to fluctuate. East bound traffic is starting to increase again quite heavily.

1:10 p.m., I-70 traffic going both directions is easing, but delays still remain near the Eisenhower Tunnel.

11:55 a.m., Major delays on I-70 EB. Expect travel time of two and a half hours from Silverthorne to Eisenhower Tunnel.

10:10 a.m., Heavy WB traffic on I-70.

The ski resorts are already totaling powder, with Loveland and Arapahoe Basin leading with six and seven inches.

The snowfall counts are only going up from here.

Travel today will be slower than usual due to accidents and avalanche danger.

Stay tuned for today’s updates on the storm.