Denver Residents Wake up to Snow
Residents in Denver woke up to a slushy, snowy mess Wednesday morning.
Wintry weather slammed Colorado overnight, bringing snow to Denver and blizzard-like conditions to the state’s Eastern Plains.
The snow buried a number of roads and highways throughout the city.
Dozens of flights at Denver Intentional Airport were canceled Wednesday morning.
Forecasters are anticipating the storm to drop up to four inches in the Denver area.
The storm could bring up to six inches of fresh powder in the South and West suburbs and up to eight inches in the plains.
The winter blast comes just a day before the Northland is expected to get it’s first big snowfall of the year.
The Twin Ports is expected to get around 1 to 3 inches Thursday night. The storm could bring 3 to 8 inches to areas near Ironwood and 3 to 6 inches up the North Shore to Grand Marais.