With snow comes travel issues.

Overnight snow caused 154 flight cancellations at Denver International Airport on Sunday.


The airport issued its latest winter storm advisory around 8:30 a.m. as snow continued to fall in the Denver metro.

Saturday night airport officials prepped travelers to anticipate for the weather delays with an advisory that canceled early morning flights.

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The forecast shows DIA is expected to receive 4-8 inches of snow, much of that accumulated early Sunday into the afternoon.

Some airlines are offering travel change fee waivers due to the weather. People are asked to check their options with their airline.