According to an alert sent out by Colorado State University, all classes in Larimer County have been canceled for Wednesday, March 13th. Events taking place in the county have also been canceled. This has been done in anticipation of a storm that’s on the way. The brunt of the storm should last from 10AM MT to 4 PM MT, hitting a large stretch of the Front Range, including places like Colorado Springs and Denver.

Some higher altitude (Monument, Teller County) spots may get more than a foot of snow and strong winds expected to hit the I-25 corridor. Gusts could reach up to 70 miles per hour. Expect weather to cause problems in elevated areas like the “Monument Hill” portion of I-25.

Denver International Airport has already seen widespread flight cancelations in the hours leading up to the predicted winter weather.

This adds to what has already been a wild month of weather, with widespread avalanches around the state of Colorado destroying forests, crushing a home, and shutting down highways.

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