A day after avalanches and icy roads stacked up holiday skiers on high country highways, the Colorado Department of Transportation is giving travelers the all-clear sign.
Highways across the state are open and clear, even the exposed U.S. Six near Loveland Pass.
The National Weather Service says conditions will remain clear and sunny throughout the state today.
But revelers enjoying the President's Day three-day weekend may run into some trouble on the way home.
The Weather Service says more snow will move into the mountains, mainly west of the Continental Divide, by Monday afternoon and evening.