Colorado digging out from big snowstorm
DENVER — Coloradans are digging out from a major snowstorm that canceled flights, delayed opening of Denver city offices and piled up snow as much as two-feet deep.
Dozens of people are waking up at Denver International Airport waiting to catch flights that were canceled after a powerful snowstorm blanketed the Front Range on Sunday. Denver officials asked city workers to come in mid-morning to allow time for snow removal.
The storm, which packed high winds and caused blizzard conditions at times, is expected to make way for sun and warmer temperatures by Monday afternoon.