DENVER — Much of northeast Colorado received 8 or more inches of snow -- with over two feet in some places -- into Tuesday afternoon.

Though the snow will come to an end Tuesday afternoon, cold temperatures and much of the snow will remain. We'll keep you updated with the latest forecasts, road closures, school closures and delays, and snow totals here. Check back for live updates.

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6:31 p.m. — The eastbound lanes of I-70 are back open at Colfax following a crash involving a camper that slid off the overpass into the right guard rail. The driver is being held on suspicion of DUI. More on this story:

5:38 p.m. — CDOT officials say I-70 is back open in both directions from Burlington to Denver following an 11-hour closure.

5:34 p.m. — The westbound lanes of I-70 are back open at the junction between US 6 and US 24 following a a fatal crash earlier Tuesday, CDOT says.

4:47 p.m. — The Douglas County School District will be closed Wednesday due to weather conditions, officials said late Tuesday afternoon. All before and after school programs, athletics, activities, practices and facility rentals are canceled. Parents whose children attend a DCSD charter school should check with their school for current status.

4:22 p.m. — CU Boulder will be closed Wednesday so crews can continue clearing large amounts of snow and ice from walkways and lots, officials said in a tweet Tuesday afternoon.

4:07 p.m. — CDOT says I-76 is back open in both directions between Lochbuie to the Nebraska state line as road conditions have improved.

4:01 p.m. — The eastbound lanes of I-70 are closed at 6th Ave. near Lakewood due to a crash involving a camper on the right guard rail over Colfax. This was a view of the camper from a CDOT camera:

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3:42 p.m. — It's another snow day for Jeffco Public Schools employees. District officials just announced all school buildings and facilities will be closed on Wednesday due to weather. They say employees should not report unless otherwise notified by their supervisor.

3:25 p.m. — Colorado Climate Center officials say Nov. 26 is the third snowiest day on record for the City of Boulder and the storm total of 22.3 inches is the third biggest two-day total for the month of November.

For Boulder, this is the 3rd snowiest day on record (only Oct. 25, 1997 and Nov. 20, 1979 were higher), and the storm total of 22.3" is the 3rd biggest 2-day total for November (surpassed only by Nov. 20-21, 1979 and Nov. 3-4, 1946). #cowx

3:14 p.m. -- RTD says delays are starting to decrease as the storm weakens. Rail lines are seeing delays of up to 20 minutes; buses are seeing delays of up to 45 minutes.

Delays are starting to decrease as the storm weakens and roads are clearing. Rail lines are seeing delays of up to 20 minutes. and buses are seeing delays of up to 45 minutes. Check Rider Alerts and Next Ride to plan your commute this evening. We wish everyone a safe trip home!

1:33 p.m. — CDOT says westbound I-70 is now open all the way from the Kansas border to Denver but eastbound remains closed. Westbound I-70 has also reopened in the Beaver Brook/Floyd Hill area after a rockslide cleanup.

12:59 p.m. -- CDOT says westbound I-70 from Limon to Denver has reopened. However, westbound lanes from Burlington to Limon remain closed due to adverse weather.

12:42 p.m. — CDOT says that westbound I-70 could reopen at Beaver Brook east of Idaho Springs around mid-afternoon following this morning’s rockslide.

11:07 a.m. — There is moderate to considerable avalanche risk today in Colorado. For more information on avalanche forecasts, click here .

Considerable avalanche danger for 6 zones throughout the state. What does that mean? Dangerous avalanche conditions. Careful snowpack evaluation, cautious route-finding, and conservative decision making is essential. Get the forecast:

10:37 a.m. — CDOT has closed US 6 is closed between I-70 and CO 119 in an effort to keep drivers away from the rock slide area. Crews are starting to remove the rocks and dirt.

10:30 a.m. — The Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management says they are demobilizing the Colorado National Guard and Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control because so many residents decided to stay home instead of hit the roads.

Thank you #Colorado community and drivers for choosing to limit travel and following local public safety guidance. Because we are seeing a limited number of stranded vehicles the State EOC is demobilizing @CONG1860 and @COStateFire resources and sending them home. #COwx

10:14 a.m. — Roxborough State Park has closed for the day. It received more than 16 inches of snow.

9:22 a.m. — Trooper Josh Lewis said the fatal crash on I-70 westbound occurred at 5 a.m. and the semi driver was killed. Multiple vehicles were involved. The westbound lanes will stay closed until 4 p.m. today.

8:33 a.m. — RTD says buses are now delayed 45-60 minutes on most routes in the Denver metro area. Light rail and commuter rail trains are delayed by 15-30 minutes.

8:33 a.m. — I-70 eastbound has reopened between Dowds Junction and Post Boulevard after a fatal crash. The westbound lanes remain closed for an investigation.

ROAD CLOSURE UPDATE: I-70 eastbound through the crash scene is OPEN. Westbound remains CLOSED for investigation and HAZMAT.Use CAUTION going EB, LOTS of lookey loo's and traffic is backing up!@CSP_HAZMAT is on scene

8:24 a.m. — Highway 58 between Golden and I-70 has closed due to multiple crashes, according to CDOT.

8:19 a.m. — CSP Golden says it will only allow Idaho Springs residents past the westbound I-70 closure. Residents should have their ID ready.

8:02 a.m. — We just got a new round of snow totals in from across the state, and they’re impressive! A location southeast of Estes Park reported 31.7 inches; one near Drake reported 29 inches and Lyons is reporting 23.2 inches. Click here for more totals.

7:09 a.m. — USPS says its letter carriers are still out today, so while you shovel your sidewalk, don't forget to clear a path to your mailbox.

6:27 a.m. — Colorado State Patrol in Eagle County says I-70 is closed in both directions between Dowds Junction and Post Boulevard around Eagle-Vail due to a fatal crash, hazmat situation and other crashes. It will stay closed for most of today.

I-70 is CLOSED in BOTH directions between Dowd Jct (MP171) and Post Blvd (MP 168) due to Fatal crash, HAZMAT, and multiple other crashes.Expect closure for majority of day. Alt route is HWY 6.