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More flights canceled, delayed Friday at DIA due to snow

Denver International Airport is digging out Friday morning and some flights have been affected.

DENVER — More than 70 flights in and out of Denver International Airport (DIA) have been delayed and 8 flights were canceled on Friday, according to flight tracking site Flight Aware.

On Thursday, more than 900 flights were delayed and 34 canceled at DIA due because of snow, ice and limited visibility.

Most of the delays are SkyWest Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Frontier Airlines and United Airlines flights. 

Passengers should check with their airline about delays and cancellations before heading to the airport.

Snow got underway across the metro area Thursday morning, with up to an inch of accumulation observed in and near central Denver by 9 a.m.

A Winter Storm Warning was in place for Boulder, Arvada, Golden and Fort Collins. That's where as much as 10 inches of snow could fall by the time the snow ends on Friday morning.

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