- Associated Press - Friday, March 18, 2016

DENVER (AP) - Mostly clear skies are expected over Colorado this weekend after a series of storms dumped lots of fresh snow in the mountains as well as some along the Front Range.

Friday’s storm dropped about 5 inches of snow at Denver International Airport and delayed flights by an average of 30 minutes in the morning. Up to 16 inches fell in the foothills in Boulder and Larimer counties.

Keystone, Breckenridge and Winter Park say they got over three feet of snow in the last week. After getting over 5 feet during March, Winter Park says it will keep Mary Jane open until May 7.

March is typically the snowiest month in Colorado but the Front Range has been mostly dry until now.



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