I-70 completely reopens in eastern Colorado

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AURORA, Colo. — Interstate 70 between suburban Denver and Kansas reopened on Monday.

Portions of the highway across Colorado’s Eastern Plains were closed Sunday and Monday morning because of blowing snow.

About a dozen flights were canceled or delayed at Denver International Airport on Monday partly because of a storm hitting Minneapolis.

Airlines are working to catch up a day after about 200 flights from Denver, about 15 percent of the day’s schedule, were canceled because of snow.

About 6 inches fell there. Wolf Creek Ski Area in southwestern Colorado reported getting 23 inches of snow over two days while Silverton Mountain reported 2 feet.

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