Problems galore because of blizzard

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CDOT crews and Weld County road crews stopped plowing roads in Weld County at midafternoon March 13, the latest development in the daylong blizzard that pounded the area.

A tweet from the Fort Lupton Fire Department said the roads were impassable and visibility was near zero. Even so, the tweet said, people were still on the roads.

"Please stay home or where you're at for your own safety," the tweet said.

Earlier in the day, the Colorado State Patrol closed eastbound I-76 from US Highway 85 to the Nebraska line because of blizzard conditions.

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