"'Bomb Cyclone' Fizzles To Rain Across U.S. Midwest"

"DENVER - Runways were cleared, the lights came back on and stranded motorists and airline passengers were back on the move on Thursday as the blizzard that pounded the U.S. Rocky Mountain and Plains states shoves eastward and fizzled to rain.

Shortly after midnight, four of the six runways at Denver International Airport had been cleared, spokeswoman Emily Williams told Reuters.

And while some flights resumed, the airport was not expected to be fully operational until midday on Thursday as airlines had still had to dispatch more planes to Denver to replace those diverted or canceled earlier, she said."

Keith Coffman reports for Reuters March 14, 2019.


"Colorado Trooper Killed As 'Bomb Cyclone' Unleashes Snow, High Winds" (Reuters)

"Historic ‘Bomb Cyclone’ Sets Off Severe Storms, Flooding, And A ‘Dangerous’ Blizzard In Plains And Midwest" (Washington Post)

Source: Reuters, 03/14/2019