DENVER - Colorado is bracing for a winter storm that is expected to create blizzard conditions in parts of the state.
Denver International Airport is reporting more than 200 cancelations for Saturday. Delays are also expected.
Saturday's storm may cause problems for travelers, but the expected 10 to 20 inches of snow is good news for some businesses.
Denver-area grocery stores were packed Friday as people stocked up on all the essentials before the storm hits.
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Denver Public Works says all of its 70 heavy snow removal trucks are bladed, loaded with gravel and ready to go.
Blizzard warnings have been issued for areas north of Colorado Springs, with gusts up to 60 mph possible. The National Weather Service apologized that thousands of people got alerts on their mobile devices before dawn Friday of the blizzard warning, though the warning didn't take effect until Saturday.
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