Coloradans Wake Up to More Snow and Low Visibility as Cold Front Moves In

Cities in northern Colorado were the first to be hit by a cold front on January 27, resulting in a snowy morning for many across the state.

Footage posted by Howard Gebhart shows low visibility as snow falls in Fort Collins, Colorado, on the morning of January 27. About an inch of snow was expected on Thursday, after a larger storm on Tuesday left about 4 inches of snow on the ground.

A Hazardous Weather Outlook was issued for the north and north-central parts of the state.

The City of Fort Collins issued a Snow Alert on their Twitter account ahead of Thursday’s storm, reminding citizens to drive carefully on their morning commutes. Credit: Howard Gebhart via Storyful

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