Winter weather alerts were initially put into effect as the first significant winter storm swept into the Plains last October 29. Further reports say the storm resulted in several flight delays and cancellations at Denver International Airport in Colorado.The winter weather alerts were initially put into effect after the first significant winter storm of the season swept into the Plains last October 29. Further reports say the winter storm also dumped several inches of snow in the state of Colorado which resulted in several delays and cancellations of flights at the Denver International Airport (DEN) and obstructions on roads and highways.
An article in the FOX Weather states that according to FlightAware.com, there were around a hundred delays and another hundred flight cancellations at the DEN as of the evening of October 28. By October 29, winter weather alerts state that the delayed flights increased to almost 700, with more than 26 canceled flights.
Rocket Transport Despite Winter Storm
According to Lynn, despite the winter weather alerts, the 190-foot SpaceX rocket was transported through the municipality of Centennial in Arapahoe County last October 28. Videos and photos posted on X, previously known as Twitter, revealed wet roads and snowflakes in the air as police deputies assisted in the transportation of SpaceX. Further reports say at certain points, utility cables were lifted to make way for the SpaceX through the intersections.