Xcel Energy crews departed on Wednesday morning from the central Denver distribution center on what will be a long trip east to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Colorado Department of Transportation snowplow drivers are cleaning up the snow and bracing for another round in parts of the Denver area before a storm system moves out.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for western Colorado as another storm rolls in, bringing up to 8 inches of snow.
It was a busy day for Denver city inspectors on Monday. First thing in the morning they hit the streets to make sure homeowners and businesses were following the law and keeping their sidewalks clear.
The snowstorm that started on Feb. 2 and lasted into Feb. 4 on the Front Range and on the Eastern Plains was one for the February record books.
Hundreds of people resumed their travel plans on the ground once Interstate 70 reopened on Saturday.
Limon is not so much buried by snow as consumed by it.
Road crews will remain on the streets of Denver, working to clear snow, until at least noon Saturday.
Road crews with the Colorado Department of Transportation are preparing for significant snow along the Front Range, Denver metro area and Eastern Plains. Denver will plow residential streets for this storm.
Drivers across the Denver metro area were arriving at work Monday frustrated and annoyed by a miserable morning commute.