On the first day of spring, many travelers have found themselves wondering 'what next?' as a storm bringing in heavy snow has left their flights grounded in Denver.

The Denver Post reports that over 1,074 flights in and out of Denver International Airport have been canceled due to the four to 10 inches of snow approaching the state.

That can't be fun for anybody, especially with the COVID-19 outbreak. I bet a lot of folks are just trying to get home so they can stay home.

The Post says that Southwest has had the most cancellations, with 85% of all their scheduled flights being shut down, although the airline is doing their best to find accommodations for those who have been stranded.

Get more on the travel troubles from the Denver Post HERE.

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