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Colorado Snowstorm Snaps Tree Branches, Delays Flights

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Colorado Snowstorm Snaps Tree Branches, Delays Flights

Colorado Snowstorm Snaps Tree Branches, Delays Flights

Heavy, wet snow fell overnight across the Denver metro area, snapping branches on trees and causing some delays at Denver International Airport.

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