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Hundreds of flights canceled Wednesday ahead of major winter storm

Posted at 11:38 AM, Apr 10, 2019

COLORADO – With a blizzard warning taking effect at noon today and continuing into Thursday morning, airports across the region are canceling hundreds of flights.

Denver International Airport has canceled over 750 flights for Wednesday. Check with your airline before heading out.

The Colorado Springs Airport so far has canceled a total of 14 out of 52 scheduled flights today. News5’s Jessica Barreto was at the airport and says the last departing flight from COS airport will be at 4:38 p.m.

If you have a flight booked out of the Pueblo Airport for today, check the status of your flight here.

First Alert 5 Meteorologist Sam Schreier said this storm will be colder than the bomb cyclone blizzard we experienced last month, creating life-threatening conditions for anyone who is stranded in the storm.

CLICK HERE for a full, updated list of school, business and church closures and delays for Wednesday.