Denver International Airport

February 3, 2012 by staff 

Denver International Airport, The Denver weather brought more than 200 cancellations for flights arriving and departing from the Denver airport scheduled on Friday, February 3, 2012. Southwest Airlines decided to cancel all their flights through 4 p.m. at the Denver International Airport because of the winter storm.

This winter storm in Colorado is causing the Colorado Department of Transportation to close Interstate 70 and Interstate 25 in spots. I-70 and I-25 are the two main interstates that cross Colorado. Spokeswoman for Transportation, Becky Navarro said Friday, eastbound I-70 was closed from Aurora, Colorado to Limon, Colorado and a ramp was closed on Interstate 25 in Denver because of numerous accidents that were caused from Denver weather.

Many of the schools across Colorado announced Thursday night that they would be closed Friday, February 3, 2012 because of the winter storm. This includes the three large schools, Denver Public Schools, Jefferson County Public Schools and Douglas County Schools.

The wind is expected to blow at gusts up to 40 mph and higher at times causing the snow to blow and visibility to be at zero.

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