Current rain totals around Colorado, September 12, 2013

DENVER - Take a look at how much rainfall was reported by the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network  in your neighborhood: Last updated at 7 p.m.

-               .80 inches - Conifer (6 p.m.)

-               3.67 inches - 6 mi NNW of Colorado Springs (5 p.m.)

-               .83 inches - 3.5 mi ESE of Greeley (4:30 p.m.)

-               8.67 inches - 3 mi E of Boulder (4:15 p.m.)

-               1.18 inches - Lakewood (4 p.m.)

-               2.07 inches - Parker (4 p.m.)

-              3.76 inches – Colorado Springs (6 a.m.)

 

-              3.74inches – Erie (7 a.m.)

-              8.62 inches – NW Boulder (7 a.m.)

-              6.60 inches - Louisville (7 a.m.)

-              6.15 inches - Aurora (7 a.m.)

-              5.5 inches – Fort Lupton (7 a.m.)

-              5.48 inches – Brighton (7 a.m.)

-              5.4 inches – Horsetooth Mountain (7 a.m.)

-              5.28 inches - Henderson (8:30 a.m.)

-              5.01 inches – Niwot (7 a.m.)

-              4.98 inches – Commerce City (7 a.m)

-              4.87 inches - Pinecliffe (6 a.m.)

-              4.54 inches – Ward (6:55 a.m.)

-              4.54 inches – Loveland (7 a.m.)

-              4.38 inches - Thornton (5:22 a.m.)

-              4.30 inches - Estes Park (6 a.m.)

-              4.23 inches - Drake (5:30 a.m.)

-              4.17 inches - Bellvue (6:30 a.m.)

-              3.90 inches – Denver (7 a.m.)

-              3.81 inches – Longmont (8:15 a.m.)

-              3.74inches – Erie (7 a.m.)

-              3.76 inches – Colorado Springs (6 a.m.)

-              3.64 inches - Lyons – (7 a.m.)

-              3.08 inches - Fort Collins (6 a.m.)

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