Winter storm aftermath: What to know Thursday

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - Watch for icy conditions on the roads this morning, especially in north Colorado Springs stretching up into Monument and Denver.

Photo courtesy: El Paso County April 10, 2019.

Snow showers linger into early this morning with temperatures in teens and 20s for the morning hours. We only manage the 40s for the afternoon hours. Bundle up!

HOW ARE THE ROADS?

Also as of 8:30 AM Thursday, I-70 in both directions is open from the east side of Aurora to Burlington.

I-25 from the Colorado/New Mexico state line up to Monument Hill was described by CDOT Thursday morning as being icy in spots. Conditions north of Monument Hill were significantly worse. The interstate remains open.

I'M FLYING THURSDAY. WILL MY FLIGHT STILL TAKE OFF?

The Colorado Springs Airport said Thursday morning it was resuming normal operations. Travelers were advised to check their individual flights for their status.

DIA, meanwhile, was reporting roughly two dozen delays and nearly 200 cancellations.

Click here to check status of your flight. Scroll to find either the Colorado Springs Airport or DIA.

Or call one of the following lines:

American: 800-433-7300
Delta: 800-221-1212
Frontier: 801-401-9000
Southwest: 800-435-9792
United: 800-864-8331

WHAT TO EXPECT WEATHER-WISE THURSDAY

11 News meteorologists Sydney Jackson and Jordan Sherman gave a quick update on conditions Thursday morning:

The blizzard warning for north/northeast El Paso County was downgraded to a winter weather advisory Wednesday night. The area remains under that advisory until noon.

I-25 north of Monument Hill to Denver is also under a winter weather advisory.

Colorado Springs and Pueblo saw little to no snow during Wednesday's event.

Temperatures are expected to only top out in the 30s and 40s by Thursday afternoon, and wind is expected to stick around for all.

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