Mule deer are seen in snow during a late spring snow storm in GoldenA mid-May snowstorm dumped as much as 3 feet (91 cm) of snow on Colorado’s Rocky Mountains on Monday while the U.S. Midwest braced for hail and other severe weather, forecasters said. Snowplows cleared the way for the Monday morning rush hour after the storm, which is expected to taper off by midday, blanketed Denver with more than 4 inches (10 cm) and the mountains northeast of Steamboat Springs with 36 inches (91 cm) of snow, said Jim Kalina, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Boulder, Colorado. No significant delays or cancellations were reported at Denver International Airport, and no records were broken in a state used to late spring snowstorms like the one that dumped 10.7 inches of snow on May 26, 1950. More