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Denver in winter

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Next winter, we have to fly into and from Denver airport (20 December/5 January). I know that there is a good chance to get heavy snow at that time of year. But maybe Denver is prepared for snow. Thus, here are my questions:

- We are planning to drive from Denver to Santa Fe on 20 Dec. Is there a certain probability that roads will be blocked due to snow? Will it be better to fly from Denver to Albuquerque or to drive from Denver to Santa Fe?

- We are planning to fly from Dallas to Denver and then from Denver to Europe on 5 Jan. How is the probability that Denver airport will be closed due to snow? Can it happen that the incoming flight from Dallas will be canceled and that the outgoing transatlantic flight will start (then we would be in deep trouble)?

Thank you for your answer.

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