Snow is coming to Denver on Wednesday, and it will hit the city just in time for the evening commute. Headed home later this afternoon or evening, especially on the west side of the metro area, could be a challenging drive.
Only 2% of Americans are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of February 3. Virus cases and hospitalization numbers are dropping across the country; some states are still safer than others, mainly due to how well they have kept the pandemic under control.
One car is responsible for two hit-and-runs Saturday morning.
Snow will begin around 2 p.m. on Monday and finish up on Tuesday just before midnight. Denver could see up to three inches of accumulated snow.
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Driving in the Mile High City has become more frustrating in recent years with traffic congestion increasing. A WalletHub study released Tuesday backed how many Coloradans feel, the state isn’t the best place to drive in, and according to the study, it’s the 10th worst state in the nation to hit the road in.
Denver is a place with lots of things to do, mostly sunny weather and great culture. These are some of the factors Apartment Guide used when they named Denver the best staycation city in the country.
Denver-based Frontier Airlines announced that it will temporarily ban checked firearms for all flights headed to the Washington D.C. area.
A large portion of Colorado will be under a high wind warning the begins Wednesday. Though Denver County is not under warning, it will still be breezy throughout the city.
There will be no white Christmas in Denver this year, but it will be warm and sunny through the holiday.