About one million travelers are expected to make their way through Denver International Airport over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Those crowds started early Wednesday morning.
Gloria Neal is using CBSDenver.com to provide a special insiders’ look at the FBI headquarters on the East Coast.
Thousands of flights have been canceled across the country due to the weather.
The snow has been causing some minor delays at Denver International Airport on Tuesday.
Another round of nasty winter weather causing problems on the East Coast and Mid-Atlantic is also causing problems for flights at Denver International Airport.
Ten-thousand flights all over the country have been canceled, and that means a lot of stranded people, including travelers at Denver International Airport.
The military has placed helicopters and rescue teams on alert and dispatched medical planners to help cope with the damage from a superstorm on the East Coast.
Airlines have canceled 5,000 flights nationwide in advance of Hurricane Sandy. Most of the flights are along the East Coast, but the storm is still impacting travel in Colorado.
The airlines are already planning to help travelers during what could be the worst of Hurricane Sandy on the East Coast early next week.
A derailed Amtrak train near the Colorado-Nebraska border means train service will be shut down for several days.