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Snow totals across Colorado for Oct. 23 - 24, 2019 snowstorm

Posted: 8:17 AM, Oct 24, 2019
Updated: 2019-10-24 13:08:25-04
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DENVER – The second round of fall snow in 2019 brought a more widespread storm to Colorado and much higher totals than the storm two weeks ago – particularly in the foothills and Palmer Divide areas.

A spotter near Genesee, west of Denver, reported 19.3 inches around 6:30 a.m. Thursday – the highest total reported in the storm so far. Several other spotters and stations nearby reported more than 14 inches as well.

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Below are snow totals reported to the National Weather Service over the past 12 hours as of 11 a.m.:

San Isabel – 20 inches
1 N Genesee – 19.3 inches
2 SSE Kittredge – 17.5 inches
2 SSE Blue Valley – 17.1 inches
7 NW San Isabel – 17 inches
Wah Keeney Park – 16.5 inches
1 S Evergreen – 15 inches
1 WSW Rye – 15 inches
1 NE Brookvale – 14.5 inches
2 S Kittredge – 14.3 inches
1 SE Bergen Park – 14 inches
Aspen Springs – 14 inches
3 S Pinecliffe – 14 inches
Rye – 14 inches
4 SSE Pinecliffe – 13.7 inches
4 NNE Floyd Hill – 13.5 inches
2 S White Ranch Open Space – 13.1 inches
1 N Bergen Park – 13 inches
1 S Crescent Village – 13 inches
1 SE Beulah – 13 inches
1 NE Evergreen – 12.7 inches
3 N Pinecliffe – 12.7 inches
2 SW Golden – 12.5 inches
1 N Sunshine – 12.2 inches
1 NW Genesee – 12 inches
4 S Air Force Academy – 12 inches
5 WSW Walsenburg – 12 inches
2 E Crisman – 11 inches
2 N Aspen Park – 10.5 inches
3 N Shaffers Crossing – 10.5 inches
3 NW Black Forest – 10 inches
1 S Evergreen – 9 inches
4 SE Pinecliffe – 9 inches
Palmer Lake – 8.8 inches
2 NW Genesee – 8.5 inches
1 NE Evergreen – 8 inches
2 NE Black Forest – 8 inches
3 E Monument – 7.8 inches
3 SSW Boulder – 7 inches
1 S Crescent Village – 7 inches
1 WSW Woodland Park – 6.5 inches
6 SW Black Forest – 6.5 inches
2 SE Breckenridge – 6.2 inches
2 SSW Boulder – 6 inches
1 NW Ponderosa Park – 6 inches
Monument – 6 inches
1 ENE Monument – 6 inches
1 SSE Beulah – 6 inches
5 W Westcliffe – 6 inches
Aguilar – 6 inches
2 WNW Arvada – 5.9 inches
2 E Castle Rock – 5.5 inches
4 N Florissant – 5 inches
6 SSW Black Forest – 5 inches
Victor – 5 inches
3 S Castle Pines – 4.8 inches
2 NNW Sheridan – 4.5 inches
2 SW Centennial – 4.5 inches
5 N Redstone – 4.3 inches
5 SSE Air Force Academy – 4.3 inches
3 NW Marshall – 4.2 inches
2 W Parker – 4 inches
3 NNW Colorado Springs – 4 inches
Divide – 4 inches
4 NNW Peterson AFB – 4 inches
Calhan – 4 inches
Rush – 4 inches
Air Force Academy – 4 inches
3 E Air Force Academy – 4 inches
3 ENE Manitou Springs – 3.8 inches
1 SE Pueblo West – 3.8 inches
2 W Louisville – 3.6 inches
4 NE Nederland – 3.5 inches
6 S Air Force Academy – 3.5 inches
1 W Westminster – 3.4 inches
Mountain View – 3.3 inches
3 N Pueblo Reservoir – 3.1 inches
2 NE Arvada – 3 inches
1 NW Federal Heights – 3 inches
3 N Foxfield – 3 inches
2 NW Colorado Springs – 3 inches
5 SSE Air Force Academy – 3 inches
5 WSW Falcon – 3 inches
Ellicott – 3 inches
3 NNE Silver Cliff – 3 inches
3 WSW Aurora – 2.8 inches
Edwards 1WNW -- .6 inches
3 SW Aurora – 2.5 inches
1 SSE Peterson AFB – 2.5 inches
5 NE Blende – 2.2 inches
2 ESE Federal Heights – 2 inches
2 N Peterson AFB – 2 inches
3 W Falcon – 2 inches
2 SE Penrose – 2 inches
1 E Edgewater – 1.8 inches
5 SE Commerce City – 1.8 inches
2 N Longmont – 1.5 inches
2 NE Thornton – 1.2 inches
1 NNE Fountain – 1 inch