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Old 11-14-2018, 09:05 AM   #1
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Phoenix to Denver - Road Conditions - snow/ice?

I have to drive from Phoenix to Denver and was wondering about road conditions. I'm taking 40 and 25. I'm concerned about snow and ice at altitude. Anyone have info?

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Don't want to sound like a smart alec but that will depend on if it is snowing or not. Today it is not an issue. This past Sunday and into Monday it was an issue on I25 however there was a winter weather advisory at the time and it was not terrible but several inches fell on warm roads and it was cold so it was certainly slick in areas but it has long since melted at least on the roads. You really only have one higher altitude pass to go over on I25 at Raton Pass at the CO/NM border.
For Colorado you can go to COTRIP.ORG and look at the traffic cameras and see what is on the roads at a variety of points. New mexico has a similar site but do not know name thinking it is nmroads.com but should be easy enough to search and find it.

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I have to drive from Phoenix to Denver and was wondering about road conditions. I'm taking 40 and 25. I'm concerned about snow and ice at altitude. Anyone have info?
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