What Goes Into School Districts Deciding Whether To Call For A Snow Day?Nicole Portee spent most of Tuesday on the phone, in meetings, and poring over forecasts.
Denver Weather: Blizzard Warning Leads To Colorado School ClosuresWith a Blizzard Warning set to go into effect in Colorado on Wednesday, some school districts announced Tuesday that they will close for the day.
Stranded Passengers May Need To Spend 2nd Night At DIAStranded passengers at Denver International Airport may have to spend a second night on the floor as airlines struggle to find seats on flights after the airport closed on Wednesday.
Stranded Drivers Clog Snowy Streets As Major Roadways CloseDozens of drivers were stranded across the Denver metro area on Wednesday as snow fell in some places more than an inch an hour. Several major roadways and interstates were closed across Colorado because of the blizzard warning.
135,000+ People Without Power Across ColoradoThere were more than 118,000 Xcel Energy customers without power on Wednesday morning in the middle of a blizzard warning for the Denver metro area.
Major Road Closures, Parts Of I-70, I-25 Closed Due To Blizzard ConditionsThe blizzard warning continues in the Denver metro area through 6 p.m. Wednesday which is making travel difficult. Passenger vehicles must also be equipped to drive in the conditions.
Blizzard Slams Denver & Eastern Colorado Yet Leaves Millions Holding Empty Shovels Out In The ColdHigh winds roared along the Front Range of the Colorado Rockies late Monday and early Tuesday as an intense storm system developed near southwest Kansas.
Passengers Prepare For Delays, Cancellations At DIADenver International Airport was very quiet on Monday evening. This may be due to a number of cancellations by airlines as the storm moves into the Denver area.
Road Crews On Full Snow Patrol, Preparing For BlizzardRoad crews are on full snow patrol as they anticipate a major snowstorm blowing into Colorado. The Denver metro area is under a blizzard warning Monday night.
100+ Flights Cancelled At DIA In Advance Of BlizzardWith 12-16 inches of snow expected in the latest storm system and blizzard warning on Monday night into Tuesday, more than 100 flights at Denver International Airport have been cancelled.
Don't Get Caught Up On Snow Totals, A Blizzard Is All About The WindIf the combination of wind and blowing snow can reduce the visibility of a location to less than a quarter mile for three hours or longer the storm is classified as a blizzard.
Southwest Cancels Flights; Frontier, United Issue Travel Waivers Before StormThere are changes to some flights at Denver International Airport in advance of Wednesday's storm that is expected to bring snow and blowing snow to the Denver metro area.
Wolf Creek Gets More Than 4 Feet Of Snow From StormSnowfall from the latest storm to hit Colorado's mountains has already surpassed 4 feet around Wolf Creek Pass.
Forecasters Issue Blizzard Warning In Southern ColoradoThe National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning for Wolf Creek Pass as Pacific moisture brings heavy snow and strong winds to the Continental Divide through Monday.