COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Bands of snow will continue Friday, and should gradually lift north during the late part of the day.
By early afternoon, the areas from Colorado Springs to La Junta to Springfield and areas to the northeast are the most likely to see snow, with areas farther southwest seeing the snow end first. Underneath the bands over the plains, additional accumulations on the order of an inch or two are likely per hour.
Snow continues to fall in Colorado Springs, making for treacherous conditions around the city.
CDOT reports icy and snow-packed roads across southern Colorado and up to Denver.
A live look at Interstate 25 in Monument:
The Colorado Springs Police Department and Fountain Police Department are on cold reporting. If you are involved in a crash where all drivers are present with license, registration, and insurance information; and there are no fatalities or injuries, no suspected DUI, and no damage to public property (such as a street sign or utility pole), you should exchange your information with the other drivers and complete a cold report within 72 hours.
Closings and delays
Many area school districts and military bases were on a delayed start Friday, and some are closed. Tap here for a full list.
As of 12 p.m., more than 500 flights have been delayed and more than 100 have been canceled at Denver International Airport, according to FlightAware.
Ten delays and four cancellations have been reported at the Colorado Springs Airport.