Areas of snow will continue across S Colorado tonight, adding to already slick conditions on the roads. Through Friday morning we see snow wind down but the cold hangs on with temperatures only in the teens and wind chill values below or near zero for most of the day. For a look at additional snowfall potential and a preview of the weekend, head over to the "Weather" tab.
Foresters have begun burning 180,000 piles of trees in an effort to protect homes following a devastating wildfire season in Colorado last year.
The U.S. Forest Service is planning to burn 30 percent of the wood piles this winter. Foresters are waiting for more moisture to destroy the rest.
The trees have been collected because more firefighters are needed on standby if the wood is not piled up.
More than 600 homes were destroyed by wildfires in Colorado last year, and at least five people were killed.
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