Workers woke up to a frigid morning in the Denver metro area on a day where schools were back in session and people to wanted get to work and school safely.
The snow began tapering off Sunday evening but below zero temperatures overnight could mean an icy ride to work Monday morning.
Coloradans braced for another round of snow this weekend as blistering cold temperatures continue across the state, filling homeless shelters and snarling traffic.
Crews have been out nearly nonstop since Tuesday night clearing roads and highways, and as Colorado gets into Wednesday night and sub-freezing temperatures, things can really get icy and drivers should drive accordingly.
Crews at Denver International Airport have been working to keep flights running as close to schedule as possible. The frigid temperatures mean departing jets have to be de-iced.
As many people dash from car to home or bus to office, they think it’s cold, but imagine what it must be like for those who work eight hours in the freezing weather.
The Denver Zoo, which has about 4,000 animals, reptiles and other exotic species, is closed because of the cold weather and snow.
A large winter storm has moved into Colorado that’s bringing snow, wind and cold temperatures throughout the state.
Travel has already turned into a nightmare for parts of the country and at some of the biggest airports the backlogs will get worse as a major winter storm rolls across the country.
Skiers rejoiced and stores pulled snowblowers out of storage as a persistent spring storm delivered another round of wet snow to parts of Wyoming, Colorado and the Dakotas on Wednesday.