DENVER — The snow that began early Tuesday morning finally came to an end Wednesday morning but it will remain cold with highs only expected to get into the 20s.
A new record low temperature of 3° was set and another low temperature record could be set Thursday.
All that snow and the bitter cold temperatures prompted many school districts including Denver, Aurora and Cherry Creek to close on Wednesday. Others had delayed starts.
As road conditions and visibility continue to worsen, numerous major road closures have been reported due to crashes and adverse conditions.
- Westbound I-70 at Vail Pass Summit closed due to a crash
Much of the state is under a winter weather advisory or winter storm warning through Wednesday morning.
Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas and El Paso counties are included in the winter storm warning; see the full list here.
Alamosa, Chaffee, Delta, Eagle, Elbert, Larimer and Park counties are included in the winter weather advisory; see the full list here.
Cancelations at DIA
- Total delays Wednesday 62
- Total cancellations Wednesday: 21 (there were hundreds Tuesday)
Shovel that snow
Denver residents have 24 hours to clear snow off their sidewalks after it stops falling, and businesses need to clear it right away. Other cities have similar laws.
RELATED: CDOT: Stop shoveling snow onto roads
Denver has the following tips for snow shoveling:
- Push (do not lift) the snow with a snow shovel.
- Shovel snow into your yard to avoid blocking a bike or travel lane. This will also avoid the snowplow from pushing snow back on your sidewalk.
- Be mindful of neighbors and those you could help if they are unable to shovel or snow-blow, etc.
>> Watch below: Bike to work ... in the snow?
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A photo gallery of dogs enjoying the fresh snowfall
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