Tracking Denver's Daily Snow Depth

Curious about the snow depth in Denver? The following list gives the official snow depth for each morning in Denver since December 20.

December 2006

  • 20 -- Trace
  • 21 -- 21 inches
  • 22 -- 21 inches
  • 23 -- 16 inches
  • 24 -- 15 inches
  • 25 -- 15 inches
  • 26 -- 9 inches
  • 27 -- 6 inches
  • 28 -- 4 inches
  • 29 -- 11 inches
  • 30 -- 12 inches
  • 31 -- 11 inches

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  • 1 -- 11 inches
  • 2 -- 10 inches
  • 3 -- 9 inches
  • 4 -- 9 inches
  • 5 -- 11 inches
  • 6 -- 14 inches
  • 7 -- 11 inches
  • 8 -- 8 inches
  • 9 -- 7 inches
  • 10 -- 7 inches
  • 11 -- 6 inches
  • 12 -- 7 inches
  • 13 -- 7 inches
  • 14 -- 7 inches
  • 15 -- 8 inches
  • 16 -- 8 inches
  • 17 -- 8 inches
  • 18 -- 8 inches
  • 19 -- 8 inches
  • 20 -- 8 inches
  • 21 -- 8 inches
  • 22 -- 14 inches
  • 23 -- 13 inches
  • 24 -- 9 inches
  • 25 -- 9 inches
  • 26 -- 7 inches
  • 27 -- 7 inches
  • 28 -- 8 inches
  • 29 -- 8 inches
  • 30 -- 8 inches
  • 31 -- 8 inches

    If you are interested in following the daily snow depth in Denver, we will be tracking it throughout the month of February. We have stopped the list at February 22, which would be the new all-time record if we can keep at least of one inch of snow on the ground each day. Should the snow remain on the ground after February 22, we will update our list and continue tracking the daily snow depth until the snow is gone.

    February 2007

  • 1 -- 9 inches
  • 2 -- 11 inches
  • 3 -- 11 inches
  • 4 -- 10 inches
  • 5 -- 8 inches
  • 6 -- 8 inches
  • 7 -- 7 inches
  • 8 -- 7 inches
  • 9 -- 7 inches
  • 10 -- 7 inches
  • 11 -- 6 inches
  • 12 -- 4 inches
  • 13 -- 3 inches
  • 14 -- 4 inches
  • 15 -- 5 inches
  • 16 -- 4 inches
  • 17 -- 3 inches
  • 18 -- 3 inches
  • 19 -- 2 inches
  • 20 -- Trace
  • 21 --
  • 22 --

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