Chilly For 1st Day Of Spring

Winter Storm Warnings Cancelled; Storm Moving Out

Roads are still snow packed and icy across much of the metro area Saturday morning, but no additional snow is expected.

All of the Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories have been cancelled as the storm continues to move away from the state.

Skies will be mostly sunny Saturday afternoon with highs in the mid 30s for the first official day of spring.

Here's a look at snowfall totals from Friday's storm:

  • 26 inches - Boulder
  • 25 inches - Genesee
  • 22 inches - Coal Creek Canyon, Conifer, Nederland
  • 18 inches - Golden
  • 16 inches - Eldorado Springs
  • 15 inches - Aspen Park
  • 14 inches - Jamestown
  • 12 inches - Evergreen, Littleton, St. Mary's Glacier
  • 10.5 inches - Estes Park, RMNP
  • 10 inches - Aurora
  • 9 inches - Arvada, Castle Rock, Fairplay, Lyons, Westminster
  • 8.5 inches - Broomfield, Denver
  • 7.5 inches - Louisville
  • 7 inches - Lakewood, Niwot
  • 6 inches - Brighton, Longmont, Northglenn
  • 5 inches - Elizabeth
  • 4.5 inches - Centennial, Ft. Collins, Red Feather Lakes
  • 4 inches - Bailey, Thornton
  • 2.5 inches - Greeley

Warmer and drier weather will be in place for the second half of the weekend. By Sunday, we'll see highs close to 50 and mostly sunny skies. Most of the snow we get on Friday will melt by the first of next week!