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Roads, highways in northern Colorado are wet, icy in spots

The Colorado Department of Transportation is reporting that roads and highways in northern Colorado are mostly wet and icy in spots.

An overnight dusting of snow in the region has created the occasional icy conditions. Interstate 25 from Denver to Fort Collins is wet and icy in spots. CDOT reports the same conditions for Interstate 76 going east out of Denver, U.S. 85 from Denver to Wyoming, and U.S. 34 from Loveland to Wiggins. CDOT is reporting high winds are making driving more difficult on the stretch of U.S. 85 from Greeley to Wyoming.

The National Weather Service reports that snow likely will end late this morning or early afternoon, with accumulations of 1-3 inches expected. Roads will be snow covered and slushy, and travel is expected to be slow, according to the weather service.

Up to 5 inches of snow is possible near the foothills and on the far eastern plains of northeastern Colorado.

As skies clear tonight, dense fog is possible in northern Colorado after midnight and early Tuesday, according to the weather service.

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