Out the door: Your snowy Monday commute

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The Pueblo Riverwalk area around 8 a.m. Monday.

The Pueblo Riverwalk area around 8 a.m. Monday.

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Icy and snow-packed conditions will greet you Monday as snow continues to fall across southern Colorado. While snow amounts vary, the record cold conditions have winter driving conditions in place across the region.

Here’s what you need to know as you head out.

Closings and delays

Many area school districts, military bases, and government offices are closed or delayed Monday.

Road conditions

Southbound Interstate 25 and Highway 160 have both fully reopened. Portions of those two highways were closed earlier Monday.

CDOT is reporting icy sports on highways across southern Colorado.

The FOX21 Storm Steam Sky Cam Weather Network cameras, CDOT webcams and other available images show the same thing regardless of where we look. Roads are white with ice and snow.

A live look at Interstate 25 in Monument:

Forecast

Snow will decrease from north to south as Monday afternoon and the sky will clear out over northern areas into early Tuesday morning. Plow operations are likely to continue even after the snow comes to an end, but the cold conditions will keep roads icy.

Some improvement is likely during the day on Tuesday as the sun comes out for some areas and temperatures get above freezing.

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