The weather caused flights to remain grounded and others to have delays.
Lindsay Watts has an update on conditions at DIA.
DENVER - Operations at Denver International Airport began returning to normal Tuesday afternoon.
Airlines at DIA cancelled about 160 flights for the day, out of about 1,500 flights at the airport on an average day.
Hundreds of flights were cancelled starting Monday evening. Others were delayed up to 90 minutes, as FAA slowed traffic around the airport.
Montgomery said conditions at the airport at 5 a.m. were "blustery snow," but that crews were keeping the runways clear. Some deicing may continue through the day.
Check your flight status with your airline before heading to the airport. See more details on FlightAware.
United, Delta, American and JetBlue are offering snow waivers for passengers who can change their plans.
Did you know? DEN has a position in the FAA tower called the "snowman" who helps coordinate snow teams? pic.twitter.com/FR7vteV2tf— Denver Int'l Airport (@DENAirport) November 16, 2015
Did you know? DEN has a position in the FAA tower called the "snowman" who helps coordinate snow teams? pic.twitter.com/FR7vteV2tf
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