CDOT has reported that northbound HWY 287 is closed north of Fort Collins due to adverse weather conditions. 

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At 6:30 a.m., CDOT tweeted that the road was closed between CO 14 (Ted's Place) all the way to the Wyoming border. As of 12:45 p.m., CDOT is still reporting that the road is closed due to safety concerns.

Additionally, northbound I-25 was also closed this morning near Owl Canyon Road and Carr to the Wyoming border, but has since reopened. However, drivers are advised that there is high wind along the I-25 corridor north of Fort Collins to Wyoming. More road information available from CDOT here.

On Tuesday, Colorado was under a Red Flag Warning, a Freeze Warning, a High Wind Warning, a Winter Storm Warning, a Winter Weather Advisory and lastly, a Tornado Watch, all at the same time. Aside from rain showers and lighting, Fort Collins has been relatively mild, but you can see the extended forecast here.

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