DENVER (AP) -- Much of Colorado is enjoying a white Christmas after a storm dumped up to 8 inches of snow in the northwest part of the state and up to 7 inches along the Front Range.
The National Weather Service reports more than 8.2 inches west of Steamboat Springs and nearly 7 inches near Eldorado Springs outside Boulder.
Up to 6 inches was reported in the Grand Valley in west-central Colorado.
The Denver area reported 2 to 2 1/2 inches.
Operations are normal at Denver International Airport. Officials don't expect any flight delays because of conditions in Denver.
No problems have been reported on state roadways.
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