Parts of Colorado and Wyoming started the new year with lots of snow and wind. Interstate 25 was shut down near the Wyoming-Colorado border Wednesday after the Wyoming Highway Patrol says winds up to 70 mph overturned some vehicles and pushed others off the road.
Video from Denver’s KMGH-TV showed the driver of one truck lose control on I-25 and swing across both lanes and into the median. In the mountains, over 20 inches of snow was possible in the Tetons and the Sierra Madre and Snowy ranges through Thursday.
In Colorado, the heaviest snowfall is expected near Rabbit Ears Pass.