Colorado Department of Transportation crews are getting prepared to hit the roads again Tuesday as they prepare to deal with back-to-back storms.
Denver’s whopper of a snowstorm on Sunday caused major headaches for thousands of air travelers, but CBS4 talked to a few early on Monday who probably suffered the worst.
Denver airport officials say hundreds of flights have been cancelled ahead and during a snowstorm expected to dump nearly a foot of snow in the area.
This weekend’s snowstorm really socked Colorado, but CBS4′s Mobile Weather Lab had no problem navigating the snowy roads.
Up to 10 inches of snow fell from Colorado Springs south to the border in a winter storm that also forced the cancellation of a handful of flights and disrupted travel plans because of icy roads.
The snowstorm that left a few inches of snow in Denver on Thursday morning hit the Eastern Plains of Colorado a bit harder, making things difficult for snow removal crews and travelers.
Denver International Airport is preparing for the snowstorm which is expected to hit Wednesday evening into Thursday morning.
As the mother of a missing 13-year-old from Colorado Springs continues to try to cope, the reward for information regarding the boy’s disappearance is growing.
Officials with the Colorado Department of Transportation and at Denver International Airport say they are ready for the couple of inches of snow that are projected to fall on Christmas Eve and Christmas.
Georgetown was hurting due to the lack of snow. Just a month ago the mountain town brought snow guns into town for the holiday season.