NEWS Accident alert lifted in Windsor, Fort Collins

Accident alert lifted in Windsor, Fort Collins

A fresh coat of snow on the ground prompted Fort Collins and area towns to remain on accident alert, with schools postponing regular classes Tuesday.

According to the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network, about 4 inches of snow fell in the Fort Collins and Loveland areas starting at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 29.

As of Tuesday morning, the main storm front was moving east of Denver. Light snow is expected to continue throughout the morning, with less than an inch of additional snow in most of the Front Range and 1 to 3 inches in the mountains and foothills, according to the National Weather Service.

Here’s an update for Tuesday, November 29th. Looking for Monday’s update? You can find those here.

Fort Collins Parks and Recreation employee Scarlett McIvor shovels snow from a bridge in the Arapahoe Bend Nature Reserve on Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022.

Where to find snowpack totals for Colorado, Fort Collins

Fort Collins typically sees about 4 inches of snow. Check out more snow totals for the region in this story, which includes the Fort Collins area as well as some key locations across the state.

Accident alert lifted in Windsor, Fort Collins

Both Fort Collins and Windsor are no longer on accident alert.

Accident Alert Loveland

Loveland will also be on an incident alert Tuesday morning, the city’s police department announced. If you are involved in a minor collision with an uninjured, damaged, uninsured vehicle, or immobile vehicle, you should exchange information with other drivers and file an accident report at The Police Department in a tweet The text says, report the accident.

— Sarah Kyle

Fort Collins, Windsor declare accident alert status

Fort Collins and Windsor are on accident alert due to difficult driving conditions due to snow.

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