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The snow made for icy conditions but was a welcome relief after a snowless January. Fort Collins Coloradoan
Denver International Airport reported only 2.8 inches of snow with the storm that swept through Monday into Tuesday, but the wind and snow still caused impacts to those trying to fly and in and out of the airport.
Tuesday, DIA reported 130 delays and 22 cancellations as of late Tuesday morning, according to the website Flight Aware. There were 648 delays and 176 cancellations Monday.
With more than 200 pieces of snow equipment and improving conditions, the airport is expected to stay ahead of the latest storm. However, another, potentially much larger, storm is expected Thursday into Friday and could impact flights on those days.
Check your airline carrier for flight delays or cancellations.
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