Denver snow forecast for Tuesday: Everything is closed (and it’s still snowing) | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Denver snow forecast for Tuesday: Everything is closed (and it’s still snowing)

up, it’s snowing again. And it’s piling up out there.

Snow accumulation totaled 9 inches in downtown Denver and 9.5 inches at Denver International Airport, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Paul Schlatter. It’s not close to the city’s record total for any day in November, which Schlatter said was set in 1946 when the city got 14.3 inches of snow.

Frank Cooper, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service Office in Boulder, said snowfall began shortly before midnight in Denver with an especially intense band developing afterward dumping 3 inches over an hour in places like the airport.

“That’s when things really picked up at DIA,” Cooper said. More than 460 flights have been canceled.

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