Snow started falling Friday and into Saturday, causing delays at Colorado’s biggest airport.
DENVER — Dozens of flights were delayed at Denver International Airport (DIA) due to the recent snowfall that started Friday.
Departing aircraft are being sprayed with deicing fluid to remove snow and ice as winter weather continues to move through the area. A ground stop was briefly issued Saturday morning but has been lifted.
As of 9 a.m. on Saturday, 55 flights were delayed and one was delayed, according to FlightAware.
Impacted airlines included United, Southwest, SkyWest, and American Airlines.
A fresh round of snow fell in Colorado Friday night into Saturday.
As of Saturday morning, some parts of the west Denver metro area saw up to eight inches, and light to moderate snow was expected throughout Saturday. DIA reported 2.2 inches overnight Friday into Saturday.
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