Traffic is issuing as normal again along Interstate 70 in Glenwood Canyon after mixed mudslides over a past few days. However, with some-more sleet in a forecast, officials are warning of probable destiny closures.
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) pronounced a Flash Flood Advisory is now in outcome for a Grizzly Creek Burn Area in Glenwood Canyon.
If complicated rainfall triggers a peep flood, mudslide, or rockfall, a widespread might tighten by a canyon.
These closures might final a few mins or several hours, depending on a incident. If a closure lasts longer than an hour, trade will be diverted to a northern swap route.
The interstate was sealed on Saturday after a 70-foot far-reaching mudslide buried a highway nearby No Name. I-70 reopened late that evening. On Sunday, I-70 was again closed for another mudslide. It reopened Monday afternoon.
The Grizzly Creek and Shoshone Power Plan rest areas, as good as a Glenwood Canyon distraction path, are already sealed due to a Flash Flood Advisory, CDOT said.
If a Flash Flood Warning is released for a area, CDOT will tighten I-70 in both directions in a canyon.
Drivers formulation to use I-70 or other high-country roads should move reserve with them in box they need to spend extended time in a car, CDOT said. At a minimum, this can embody water, snacks, flashlight, and a blanket.