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Colorado snow totals for Oct. 29-30, 2019 snowstorm

Snow totals from 11 p.m. Tuesday to 11 a.m. Wednesday
Posted: 11:49 AM, Oct 29, 2019
Updated: 2019-10-30 13:59:56-04
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DENVER – We saw snow throughout the day Tuesday and into Wednesday morning, but it finally tapered off Wednesday morning after about four straight days of storms.

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Here’s a look at snow totals reported between 11 p.m. Tuesday and 11 a.m. Wednesday. Totals via the National Weather Service are current as of 11 a.m. Wednesday.

9 NE Ponderosa Park – 12 inches
2 W Florence – 11 inches
2 E Parker – 10 inches
4 ESE Foxfield – 10 inches
3 NNE Cherry Creek Reservoir – 8.5 inches
5 WSW Walsenburg – 8 inches
Denver International Airport – 7.7 inches
3 WNW Arapahoe Park – 7.7 inches
3 N Foxfield – 7.2 inches
1 SW Westminster – 7 inches
2 SSW Wetmore – 7 inches
7 ESE Texas Creek – 6.9 inches
1 S Evergreen – 6.8 inches
2 NE Thornton – 6.7 inches
4 NW Ridgway – 6.7 inches
2 SW Rocky Flats – 6.5 inches
1 SW Centennial – 6.4 inches
3 ESE Gypsum – 6.3 inches
2 ESE Federal Heights – 6 inches
1 NNW Security – 6 inches
1 NW Ponderosa Park – 6 inches
3 NNW Sheridan – 6 inches
5 W Westcliffe – 6 inches
Ouray – 6 inches
4 W Ridgway – 6 inches
3 N Skyway – 6 inches
1 ENE Westminster – 5.9 inches
1 S Greeley – 5.7 inches
3 NW Arvada – 5.6 inches
2 NW Frederick – 5.5 inches
1 WNW La Juta – 5.5 inches
1 SSE Eulah – 5.5 inches
1 WSW Rosita – 5.5 inches
3 WNW Ridgway – 5.5 inches
2 N Longmont – 5.1 inches
3 SSW Boulder – 5.1 inches
1 W Edwards – 5.1 inches
2 SE Penrose – 5 inches
2 NNE Monument – 5 inches
2 S Denver – 5 inches
Littleton – 5 inches
2 Estes Park – 5 inches
1 SW Pitkin – 5 inches
4 NNW Mount Crested Butte – 5 inches
1 NW Broomfield – 4.9 inches
2 NE Leadville – 4.9 inches
Maysville – 4.9 inches
3 SW Fort Collins – 4.8 inches
1 E Greeley – 4.5 inches
1 NNE Mountain View – 4.5 inches
7 NW San Isabel – 4.5 inches
3 S Castle Pines – 4.4 inches
2 E Idalia – 4.3 inches
2 N Fort Collins – 4.3 inches
1 NNW Louisville – 4.3 inches
2 NE Pleasant View – 4.3 inches
2 N Aspen Park – 3.7 inches
6 SW Black Forest – 3.5 inches
1 WNW Cheyenne Wells – 3.5 inches
2 ENE Poncha Springs – 3.5 inches
2 SSE Paonia – 3.5 inches
2 ENE Vail – 3.4 inches
1 ESE Steamboat Springs – 3.3 inches
1 NW Eagle – 3.3 inches
3 E Plateau City – 3.2 inches
1 NNW Joes – 3 inches
Yuma – 3 inches
3 N Shaffers Crossing – 3 inches
Oak Vail – 2.9 inches
Burlington – 2.7 inches
1 NE Evergreen – 2.6 inches
Cheyenne Wells – 2.5 inches
2 N Wolcott – 2.4 inches
3 NNW Lazear – 2.3 inches
4 E Cattle Creek – 2.3 inches
4 N Florissant – 2.2 inches
4 NE Phippsburg – 2.2 inches
7 ENE Montrose – 2.2 inches
Carbondale – 2.2 inches
3 ENE Manitou Springs – 2 inches
Burlington – 2 inches
Gypsum 2S – 2 inches
3 NW Lazear – 2inches
Telluride – 2 inches
Montrose 15W – 2 inches
7 NE Purcell – 1.7 inches
2 NW Colorado Springs – 1.5 inches
2 E Montrose – 1.2 inches
1 E Cedaredge – 1.1 inches
4 NNE Wray – 1 inch
Cimarron 8NW – 1 inch
10 NNE Kit Carson. – 0.2 inches