The slushy spring storm has brought more than a foot of snow to most places along the Front Range (and is still falling in places this morning), crippling cities, closing schools, causing power outages and a slew of accidents, and prompting long, ongoing delays at Denver International Airport. "The FAA has imposed a ground hold on flights arriving into DIA, so right now nothing is arriving so we can clean the backlog of departures," DIA spokesperson Chuck Cannon tells 9News . Tom Henley of Xcel Energy tells 7News  thousands customers in the Denver metro area lost power last night. This morning, many are still without, according to Xcel's Electric Outage Map , which highlights multiple outages. Thankfully, school buses and minivans aren't part of the commute this morning along highways that have been clogged with accidents. A long list of schools are closed or will open late (via The Denver Post ). The storm is expected to move out of the Denver area later today, notes 9News .