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DENVER -- The recent mix of warm and cold weather is creating more problems for Denver drivers with potholes popping up across the metro area.

On Thursday, Colorado's Department of Transportation shutdown sections of both I-70 and I-25 for emergency pothole repair.

Denver auto repair shops did not report an increase in customers dealing with pothole problems but tell FOX31 Denver repairs can range between $80-$1000.

In the city of Denver, you can report a pothole by calling 311 or make a report online here.