Snow ceases Thursday morning
Several car accidents occurred earlier Wednesday evening due to inclement weather conditions along Folsom Ave.
The multi-car pile-up, with two confirmed accidents, caused intersection closures from 6 p.m. to about 8 p.m along Folsom Street between Arapahoe Avenue and Regent Drive.
According to Sergeant Doyle Thomas of the Boulder Police Department, there were not any reports of injuries and little property damage.
Boulder Police Department Officer Mitch Trujillo, who was on the scene, said sand had not yet been put down on the road, which limited traction.
Several vehicles were either stuck or sliding into each other, but Trujillo said that is was “all very minor damage,” and was cleaned up soon after the intersections were blocked off. The cars with cracked windshield may need professional car glass repair such as windshield replacement services.
According to the National Weather Service, snow is expected to continue falling in the Boulder area through Wednesday night and accumulate up to 4 inches.
The snow will cease by Thursday morning and sunny skies are in the forecast for most of the day.
The high for Thursday is going to be around 35 degrees, but with the wind chill it could get as low as -6 degrees.
Students can expect another breezy day on campus Thursday as gusts may reach up to 35 mph.
Contact Campus Press Staff Writer Kaely Moore at email@example.com.
Contact Campus Press Staff Writer Sarah Ruybalid at firstname.lastname@example.org.