Snow totals around Colorado

DENVER - The first strong snowstorm of the year hit the Denver metro area Monday, leaving behind a lot of snow. Take a look below of how much snow was reported by the National Weather Service for your neighborhood:

  • 27.2 inches - Pinecliffe (10:12 p.m. from a trained spotter)
  • 23.9 inches - Golden (9:19 p.m. from a trained spotter)
  • 17 inches - Conifer (10:01 p.m. from a trained spotter)
  • 14.3 inches - Genesee (10:15 p.m. from a trained spotter)
  • 11.1 inches - Parker (5:30 p.m. from a trained spotter)
  • 11 inches - Loveland (7:10 p.m. from a trained spotter)
  • 10.6 inches - Westminster (8:44 p.m. from a trained spotter)
  • 10.1 inches - Wheat Ridge (11:19 p.m. from a Co-Op observer)
  • 10 inches - Littleton (8:01 p.m. from a trained spotter)
  • 9.5 inches - Highlands Ranch (5:30 p.m. from a trained spotter)
  • 9.4 inches - Centennial (3:39 p.m. from a trained spotter)
  • 9 inches - DIA (2:05 a.m. from NWS)
  • 9 inches - Arvada (3:46 p.m. from a NWS employee)
  • 8.3 inches - Longmont (5:30 p.m. from a trained spotter)
  • 8 inches - Thornton (7:30 p.m. from a NWS employee)
  • 8 inches - Boulder - (5 p.m. from a trained spotter)
  • 7.5 inches - Aurora (2:15 p.m. from a trained spotter)
  • 7 inches - Northglenn (9 p.m. from a NWS employee)
  • 5.3 inches - Castle Rock (1:14 p.m. from a trained spotter)
  • 4.4 inches - Fort Collins (9:01 p.m from a Co-Op observer)

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The totals compiled from the National Weather Service.