IDAHO SPRINGS, Colo. (KDVR) – Snow is predicted to fall on Interstate 70 Sunday evening into Monday evening because the storm strikes by way of, and a few vacationers are leaving early to attempt to beat the storm.
“We have been planning on snowboarding, however with the climate, we determined to not go as a lot as we wished to, so we minimize it brief and can return to Denver,” stated Nick Kaiser, who was touring to Colorado.
FOX31 and Channel 2 caught up with Kaizer at Kum & Go in Idaho Springs whereas he was charging up.
He stated he is aware of, regardless of not residing right here, what can occur to I-70 if it begins snowing when ski visitors leaves.
“We’re making an attempt to get forward of it to get residence earlier than it closes,” Kaiser stated.
His passenger, Basie, a mixed-breed pet, was additionally alongside for the trip. He stated the journey to the mountains was snowy.
“At the moment was the primary day it did not snow. It has snowed within the final two days,” stated Kaiser.
Ali Rivera was heading in the wrong way, but in addition getting forward of the visitors and the storm.
“I used to dwell within the mountains, so I am conscious of I-70 and the visitors and the mess,” Riveria stated.
Riveria additionally stated he hopes different drivers are ready and affected person.
“Have snow tires, have sufficient fuel and pay attention to your environment,” Riveria stated.
Kaiser stated he agreed he simply wished drivers to get to their vacation spot safely.
“Plan the entrance corners, drive it slower than crucial and management the wheels if you flip,” Kaiser stated.
You’ll want to obtain our PinPoint Climate Alert app forward of the storm.