A major winter storm has hit Colorado, dumping large amounts of snow across the State and disrupting movement for residents.
Accumulation totals since Saturday morning range from 4 inches in parts of Fort Collins to as much as 12 inches in parts of Colorado Springs.
The most snow recorded thus far is at Copper Mountain near Leadville, where nearly 17 inches of snow have fallen since Saturday morning.
The snowstorm is expected to fall till Sunday before above-freezing temperatures return to the state.
Multiple roads, including Interstate 70 and U.S. 285, have mandatory chain laws in effect.
The authorities have reported several crashes along I-25 in Denver and Colorado Springs. Plyers of the road have been encouraged to be very careful if they must travel.
Air travel will also be impacted by the snow and freezing temperatures.
As of Sunday morning, there have been 216 delays within and out of DIA, and 19 cancellations, according to flight tracking website FlightAware.