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Here are the statewide snow totals for the March 19-20 storm

Light snow expected this afternoon in Denver
Posted: 10:15 AM, Mar 20, 2020
Updated: 2020-03-20 12:36:56-04
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DENVER — The heavy snowfall from Thursday has moved out of the Front Range, leaving several inches of snow on the ground and an overcast and cold day ahead for the Denver metro area.

More snow, while much lighter, is expected Friday afternoon, along with some patchy fog. The snow will likely stop by the evening, leaving additional accumulation of less than an inch along the Front Range. This weak storm will also drop 1-4 inches in the mountains, according to the National Weather Service.

READ MORE: Very cold Friday with highs in the low to mid 30s

In total — from Thursday morning through the end of the day Friday — the mountains will see anywhere between 8 and 18 inches. Communities along the I-25 Corridor will see 5 to 10 inches total in that same time frame, with a slight increase along the Palmer Divide.

Below are the current snow totals as of the last available count:
E Allenspark: 12
N Aspen Park: 14.6
SW Aurora: 9.1
W Bellvue: 11.5
SE Bergen Park: 12
W Boulder: 5.5
SSW Boulder: 8.1
SE Breckenridge: 2.2
NNE Breen: 12
NE Brookvale: 13
S Brookvale: 15.8
SW Centennial: 11
N Centennial: 10.5
2 SE Chatfield Reservoir: 5.3
SSE Commerce City: 9.9
SE Commerce City: 9
S Crescent Village: 21
E Crisman: 13
Denver International Airport: 6
S. Evergreen: 15.2
NE Evergreen: 11.4
Evergreen: 1
NW Falfa: 11
NW Federal Heights: 7.5
ESE Foxfield: 7
N Florissant: 9.2
ENE Fort Collins: 2.2
N Genesee: 17
S Glen Haven: 13
Gothic: 10
WSW Grand Mesa: 12
NNW Grant: 6
NW Hesperus: 11
W Jamestown: 18.5
S Kittredge: 14.5
SE Lakewood: 6.5
SE Littleton: 6.8
W Lone Tree: 10.3
N Longmont: 4.1
NNW Louisville: 9.1
W Louisville: 9
Maysville: 3.9
Molas Pass: 12
NNE Monument: 10.7
NE Nederland: 23
Palmer Lake: 11
E Parker: 11
NW Parker: 12.2
W Parker: 11
SE Pinecliffe: 22.6
Placerville 9NE: 10
NW Pleasant View: 10
NW Ponderosa Park: 11
NE Purcell: 2
SW Rocky Flats: 11
SE Rock Flats: 9.1
NNW Sheridan: 6
SSE Silver Plume: 12
E Sunshine: 10
NE Thornton: 7.6
Wah Keeney Park: 13.5
SW Westminster: 9.6
W Wheat Ridge: 5.7
NNW Woodland Park: 10.8
WSW Woodland Park: 10

This list will be updated as more totals become available.

More snow is expected in the high country late Saturday into early Sunday and again on Monday, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures will jump into the 50s over the weekend in Denver.