A handful of Colorado mountain highways are closed because of adverse weather and snow removal operations. Here’s a roundup of what’s open and what’s not:

U.S. 6: Closed for adverse conditions.

U.S. 285: Closed at Kenosha Pass, mile markers 162 to 203, and between U.S. 24 and mile marker 208 for adverse conditions and snow removal.

U.S. 550: Closed at Red Mountain Pass.

Interstate 70: Open. Risk of avalanches between Vail and Georgetown. Powder clouds are possible.

U.S. 24, Teller County: Open. High wind advisory

U.S. 50, Fremont County: Open. High wind advisory.

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