A flake hasn’t flown but, however airways working out of Denver Worldwide Airport have already got canceled Wednesday flights based mostly on the forecast of a blizzard.

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Denver is below a blizzard warming Wednesday, from 10 a.m to midnight, and forecasters with the Nationwide Climate Service are calling for 70 mph winds with as much as 12 inches of snow. DIA and northeastern Colorado are below the blizzard warning.

“Journey might be very troublesome,” the climate service warns. “Widespread blowing snow will scale back visibility to close zero at occasions.”

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Southwest Airways and Frontier Airways have canceled all departures out of DIA after 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, mentioned Emily Williams, an airport spokeswoman.

“Southwest has proactively canceled practically all operations” out of DIA, the airline mentioned Tuesday in an announcement. “We encourage all prospects who’re both touring to, from or by means of Denver to go to Southwest.com to test their flight standing or to make adjustments to their plans.”

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The airline mentioned security, for workers and prospects, is “our primary precedence.”

As of four p.m. Tuesday, United Airways had not but made an announcement on cancellations.

“It’s trying like the largest snow of the season” on the airport, Williams mentioned. “We’re prepared.”

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