COLORADO – With a blizzard warning taking effect at noon today and continuing into Thursday morning, airports across the region are canceling hundreds of flights.
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.
#TRAVELALERT: I’m at @COSAirport where 10 flights are canceled out of Denver (4 departing to, 6 arriving from) due to blizzard-like conditions expected to roll in. Staff says you can track your flight on their site or contact your airline to get updates on your #DIA flight.@KOAA pic.twitter.com/xMJBidO5O4
— Jessica Barreto (@BarretoReports) April 10, 2019
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.