DENVER (CBS4) – There was a brief ground stop at Denver International Airport Monday morning. Snowy conditions led officials to call the ground stop.

At 10:20 a.m. FlightAware.com was reporting a total of 146 flights delayed at DIA and 17 flights canceled. Those are both slightly higher than the normal at DIA.

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The majority of the planes that were departing from DIA were not going through de-icing operations on Monday.

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Driving conditions on Pena Boulevard leading to the airport were icy and snowy Monday morning.

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The website FlightAware.com constantly tracks delays and flight cancellations at Denver International Airport, which goes by the airport code DEN and is known to locals in Colorado as DIA.

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Get current information about DEN flights at flightaware.com.