Delays, closures, and cancellations too.

Wednesday (Feb. 2) is already shaping up to be a tough travel day for many around Colorado due to the inclement weather, including those who are traveling in and out of Denver International Airport (DIA).

According to the latest flight delay and cancellation statistics via FlightAware, there have been over 100 flight cancellations at Denver International Airport; as of 10 a.m. this morning, there were 145 total cancellations across all airlines at DIA.

In addition, there have been 116 delayed flights at DIA as of Wednesday morning.

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Among the airlines canceling the most flights out of DIA include Southwest, SkyWest, CommutAir, United, American Airlines, Spirit, and Frontier.

As per FlightAware, Skywest Airlines has, so far, canceled the most flights at DIA on Wednesday (56 flights) followed by Southwest Airlines (50 flights).

DIA officials are encouraging all travelers to check their flight status with their designated airline before going to the airport, as this winter storm has dropped measurable snow across many parts of the country and is disrupting travel from here in Colorado, out to the Midwest and Texas.

Latest Forecast For Northern Colorado - Wednesday, Feb. 2

According to the National Weather Service (NWS), Northern Colorado will continue to get snow throughout the day - mainly before 5 p.m. this evening.

Total snow accumulation for Wednesday is expected to fall anywhere between 1-2 inches.

There will be another chance for accumulation Wednesday night - before 8 p.m. - which could potentially produce another half-inch or less of snow.

As far as Wednesday temperatures are concerned, Wednesday night's expected low is around -7, while wind chill values could reach as low as -16.

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There are many reasons to hate driving in the snow.

Snow creates a high potential for dangerous road conditions, produces less-than-decent drivers (who probably aren't decent drivers, to begin with - but that's a conversation for another time), often adds travel time to your trip - the list goes on.

Maybe you don't mind driving in the snow, maybe it doesn't even phase you when it snows (can't relate) - BUT if you need to be out and about on a snow day and you hate driving in the snow, here are five things you could try - or should try - do to, essentially cope with the fact that you can't stop mother nature from bringing snow to Colorado.

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