Snowstorm in Colorado led to the cancellation of about 2 thousand flights

According to forecasts, the height of snow cover in the cities of Denver and Boulder will reach 46-61 cm, and in mountainous areas – up to 76 cm.

The administration of the Denver International Airport (Colorado) was forced to cancel almost 2 thousand flights this weekend due to a snow storm. The Associated Press reported this.

According to him, on Saturday, 750 flights did not take place due to severe weather conditions. Airport management also had to cancel almost all 1,250 Sunday flights.

According to forecasts of meteorologists, on the night from Saturday to Sunday in Denver and Boulder, about 46-61 cm of snow will fall; in the mountainous areas of Colorado, up to 76 cm of precipitation is expected.

In February, due to abnormal frosts and snowfalls in the southern states, millions of people were left without electricity and running water. The situation was particularly difficult in the state of Texas; US President Joe Biden then ordered to provide federal assistance to the state authorities due to the consequences of a severe snowstorm. According to the newspaper The New York Times, the February bad weather victims in the country were 58 people.

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