The internet responds to Colorado’s wild windstorm

Social media is never one to miss an opportunity to share the funniest, wildest, most interesting content.

DENVER — The weather outside was frightful on Windsday Wednesday, particularly for trees, trash cans and inflatable Santas.

The National Weather Service shared reports of wind gusts up to 100 miles per hour near the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, 91 miles per hour near Boulder and 84 miles per hours near Broomfield.

More than 100,000 people living along the Front Range lost power and some flights in and out of Denver International Airport were either delayed or canceled. Thankfully, there have been no reports of injuries related to the wind.

Also thankfully, social media is never one to miss an opportunity to share the funniest, wildest, most interesting content. Here’s a handful of the best posts we saw.

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