Continuing to track rain/snow showers throughout southeast Colorado this morning as wet, gloomy and cool conditions continue. If you are hitting the roads in the higher elevation (Teller/Fremont/Custer/ Monument) make sure you allow a little extra time as some roads may be a little snow covered. Wet pavement remains everywhere else. We'll see rain/snow showers continue for most of our Monday, clearing out before midnight. Head on over to the "Weather" tab for a full look at the week ahead.
Denver International Airport spokesman Chuck Cannon says a radar problem that grounded outbound flights at Denver International Airport for about an hour this evening has been fixed.
Cannon says the problem was reported about 6 p.m. and the radar was back on shortly after 7 p.m.
Cannon says operations were back to normal by 8:30 p.m.
Some flights landed during that time with the help of another FAA traffic control center, says Mike O'Connor, an FAA regionalduty officer, in Renton, Washington.
23 flights were stopped on the runways. Pilots were shutting down the planes to conserve on fuel.