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3 weeks ago

Elk Creek Fire Department

Crews are on scene NB 285 and Wagon Trail for a two vehicle accident. Traffic is moving slowly.

Move over and slow down for emergency crews.
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3 weeks ago

Elk Creek Fire Department

From NWS Boulder: "Very windy conditions will develop by late morning. Another round of strong winds expected on Saturday."

Please keep an eye on weather and road conditions if you plan to be out and about tomorrow. With heavy returning Thanksgiving traffic, worsening conditions could make commutes more difficult.

US National Weather Service Denver/Boulder Colorado
A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for the mountains as light snow continues today. This evening snowfall will increase, becoming heavy at times overnight. Mountain travel will become hazardous as roads become snow-packed and slippery.
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3 weeks ago

Elk Creek Fire Department

We are thankful to serve all of you and wish you a very Happy and safe Thanksgiving. We’ll be here if you need us!Did you know that #Thanksgiving is the leading day of the year for home fires involving cooking? To ensure a safe Thanksgiving, please read and share these cooking safety tips. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 weeks ago

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1 month ago

Elk Creek Fire Department

Plan for hazardous driving conditions tomorrow.Update for Winter Weather Advisory expansion to include the I-25 Urban Corridor and Palmer Divide region. A winter storm system and cold front will move into Colorado late this afternoon bringing widespread snow to the region A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for late tonight through Sunday afternoon for the Front Range Urban Corridor, foothills and mountains. Snowfall totals by late Sunday will range from 4 to 10 inches across the mountains and foothills. Across the lower elevations, expect 3 to 6 inches along the I-25 Urban Corridor and Palmer Ridge with the highest amounts west of the interstate. Lower amounts will fall across the far eastern plains with expected totals ranging from 1 to 3 inches. Snow will gradually diminish late Sunday into early Monday with snow showers ending by midday Monday. ... See MoreSee Less

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