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Old Today, 05:09 PM
 
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He changed his itinerary from driving between El Paso and Denver to flying straight into Denver. If OP's scouting for a relo it'll allow for more time to see what the city's all about, and possibly experience a nice, wet, late winter/early spring snowstorm.
Well now i am flying and staying 2 nights. If there is a snowstorm, I'll just cancel. My concern is even if its sunny, the freeways will be icy and there will be 7-10 feet of snow. It might remind me of Green Bay and Minneapolis.
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Old Today, 05:13 PM
 
Location: Aurora, CO
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Well now i am flying and staying 2 nights. If there is a snowstorm, I'll just cancel. My concern is even if its sunny, the freeways will be icy and there will be 7-10 feet of snow. It might remind me of Green Bay and Minneapolis.
The odds of it being that bad are slim. A typical snowstorm in Denver is 3-7" of snow. 10+ inches of snow in a single storm is rare, and what snow we do get typically doesn't stick around for extended periods.
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Old Today, 06:36 PM
 
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The odds of it being that bad are slim. A typical snowstorm in Denver is 3-7" of snow. 10+ inches of snow in a single storm is rare, and what snow we do get typically doesn't stick around for extended periods.
I'm assuming the snow levels would be terrible in Denver. I'm someone who hates cold and snowy weather. I enjoy the Phoenix heat. I hate freezing cold weather. What is it like at night in Denver? Will I need a heavy coat with mittens and a beanie with ear muffs?
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Old Today, 06:39 PM
 
Location: Aurora, CO
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I'm assuming the snow levels would be terrible in Denver. I'm someone who hates cold and snowy weather. I enjoy the Phoenix heat. I hate freezing cold weather. What is it like at night in Denver? Will I need a heavy coat with mittens and a beanie with ear muffs?
Denver gets 50-60" of snow per year, but it's sunny and not cold enough for it to stick around like it does in the Upper Midwest. It can snow 3-6" one day and be gone in 3-5 days.

I would bring a winter jacket, gloves, and a stocking cap. Even if it's in the 50s during the day it will get chilly rapidly once the sun goes down.
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Old Today, 07:11 PM
 
Location: St. Pete, FL
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I'm someone who hates cold and snowy weather.
then why are you even going?
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Old Today, 08:03 PM
 
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I know Denver Airport has the most delays as far as I know.
Really?

Have you ever been to Newark or LaGuardia?
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Old Today, 08:04 PM
 
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Really?

Have you ever been to Newark or LaGuardia?
Newark or LaGuardia? I drink to forget . . .
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Old Today, 08:34 PM
 
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then why are you even going?
I want to see what the city is like.
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Old Today, 09:28 PM
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Location: Berkeley, Denver, CO USA
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Denver Airport has the most delays as far as I know.
You so funny.
https://www.tripsavvy.com/the-worlds...rports-4074313

Manila, Philippines: 66.9%
Why it could not stretch to 67% I don’t know.
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