It's being called the Denver Blizzard, the Sprizzard, the Early-Spring Sucker Punch and other names we can't repeat here!
The storm that hit Colorado on March 23 dropped more than a foot of snow in parts of the metro area, setting new records.
The total snowfall at Denver International Airport was 13.1 inches, a record for March 23 in Colorado.
The old site at Stapleton recorded close to a foot of snow.
The National Weather Service office in Boulder reported 17 inches.
Here's a look at some of the totals:
To keep things in perspective, even if we take the snow total at the NWS in Boulder, this storm would still not be in the top ten biggest storms in Denver.
— Dayle Cedars (@daylecedars) March 24, 2016