Wind delays flights to DIA

DENVER - High winds caused some serious delays at Denver International Airport Tuesday morning.

According to, the airport is delaying inbound flights an average of two hours due to wind. This comes a day after strong gusts led to flight cancellations.

Conditions were windy throughout Colorado Tuesday morning.

Two semi-trucks were blown over on Interstate 25 near the Wyoming border.

Much of the Eastern plains was under a red flag warning as crews worked to get a 30,000-acre brush fire that was sparked Monday under control.

Check for the latest flight information.

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