On Sunday, an avalanche dumped snow across a section of Interstate 70 between Frisco and Copper Mountain, covering some vehicles in snow.
"First it was just a big cloud coming down the mountain, then it just turned totally white", Colin Rafferty, whose pickup truck was pushed into a ditch by the snow, told KCNC. His windshield was covered with snow, with visibility temporarily reduced to zero until the barrage of whiteness settled.
"After only a few minutes on the road we were hit by an actual avalanche!" he continued.
While avalanches are not uncommon in the winter in Colorado, "this particular area is one that hasn't run in decades", said Department of Transportation spokeswoman Amy Ford, but this season "we are having a lot more snow".
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No one was reportedly hurt in this incident. "It was a natural avalanche". He says it was "exciting, but pretty nerve wracking".
The avalanche was one of several reported in Colorado over the weekend; other footage from the Colorado Avalanche Information Center shows more of the avalanche's journey from a different angle.
The central mountains were under an avalanche warning until 6 a.m. Monday, March 4, according to the CAIC website. "No injuries", Colorado State Patrol Trooper Tim Schaefer told The Denver Post.