Most eastern plains and Front Range receive blizzard warnings.

CSP advises against driving to eastern and northeastern Colorado.

The US state of Colorado Most of Colorado's eastern plains and Front Range have blizzard and high wind advisories.

Travel east and south of Denver will be difficult or impossible on Tuesday due to a blizzard. 

 Heavy snow and high gusts could cause whiteouts on I-25 south of Denver and I-70 and I-76 east.

.Tuesday could see major delays at Denver International Airport, according to 9NEWS Meteorologist Chris Bianchi.

The Boulder National Weather Service said the warnings began Christmas afternoon and will last until Wednesday morning.

Road conditions are deteriorating, thus Colorado State Patrol advises against driving in blizzard warning zones.

The NWS warned eastern Larimer, northern Weld, Logan, and Morgan counties of high winds.Bianchi said the storm system that dumped snow and cold to Denver and the mountains is "retrograding."

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