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Blizzard Conditions Shut Down Denver International Airport Indefinitely

23 Mar 2016, 3:06 pm

The massive winter storm over the Central U.S. slowed as it moved into the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. Snow fell across the Denver metro area at almost 3” per hour. The massive winter storm slowed as it moved into the Front Range causing major problems as transportation came to a halt across the region.

Extreme whiteout & blizzard conditions hitting the Denver, Colorado metro area. Watch the latest LIVE:

Posted by WeatherNation on Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Interstate 80 from Rock Springs, Wyoming to Brule, Nebraska was closed due to hazardous conditions. Numerous highways across Colorado closed, including portions of I-76, I-80, and I-25.

As the storm progresses east storm warnings continue to spread. A blizzard warning has already been issued in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Denver International Airport has been closed till further notice.

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