Snow totals around Colorado, January 4, 2014

DENVER - Take a look at how much snow was reported by the National Weather Service in your neighborhood:

- 32 inches – Oak Creek (7 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 31.5 inches - Crested Butte (7 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 28 inches – Glenwood Springs (6:45 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 27 inches – Steamboat Springs (8 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 26 inches – Kremmling (7 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 25 inches – Breckenridge (7:45 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 16 inches – Granby (8 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 9.2 inches – Vail (7 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 6.3 inches – Allenspark (6:40 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 6.1 inches – Boulder (7 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 5 inches – Nederland (7:20 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 4.8 inches – Ward (7:15 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 4.5 inches – Black Hawk (9:04 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 4.5 inches – Louisville (6:44 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 3.5 inches – Loveland (6:35 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 3.5 inches – Longmont (7:12 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 3.2 inches – Idledale (9:30 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 3 inches – Northglenn (6:40 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 3 inches – Conifer (8 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 2.5 inches – Aurora (8 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 2.2 inches – Thornton (7:30 a.m., from a trained spotter)

- 1.5 inches – Denver (8 a.m., from a trained spotter)

Please refresh this page for updates. If you have a snow total to report -- email us at myreport@thedenverchannel.com.

The totals compiled from the National Weather Service and the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, and Snow Network.

 

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