DENVER (CBS4) – Snow and cold conditions didn’t scare most school administrators on Colorado’s Front Range on Wednesday morning.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

Almost all of the schools in the Denver metro area are keeping the doors open for classes. Only a handful of schools were reporting delays.

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At daybreak on Wednesday Denver and surrounding areas were reporting an inch to two inches of snow. Boulder had more, with 5.6 inches. Fort Collins had 2 and Bailey had 3. The snow was expected to taper off by midday.

The morning commute was going slowly for many drivers in the metro area. In Westminster a CBS4 crew reported the traffic was at a crawl on Highway 36.

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At 7 a.m. a crash was slowing down traffic on Interstate 70 near Wadsworth Boulevard in Jefferson County.

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At 5 a.m., Denver International Airport reported receiving less than an inch of snow overnight.

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“The airfield is currently in very good condition with light, dry snow in places,” airport officials wrote in a news release. “Snow removal crews have been treating some surfaces with anti-ice chemicals, and the airlines are deicing aircraft this morning. Passengers should expect to spend a little extra time on the aircraft prior to departure due to deicing.”