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Snow totals for Feb. 6-7, 2020 snowstorm in Colorado

Totals will be updated through the day Friday
Posted: 7:49 AM, Feb 07, 2020
Updated: 2020-02-08 01:51:47-05
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DENVER – We’re already seeing some snow totals near two feet in the mountains, and more than 6 inches across parts of the metro area, on Friday morning – with more snow expected through the day Friday in Colorado.

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Below is a look at snow totals reported between 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. across Colorado, as reported to the National Weather Service’s Boulder office. We’ll be updating totals throughout the day Friday as the snow continues to fall.

1 NNE Rabbit Ears Pass – 51.8 inches
11 S Rabbit Ears Pass – 42 inches
1 W Copper Mountain – 33.6 inches
1 NNW Cameron Pass – 32.2 inches
1 WNW Loveland Pass – 32.2 inches
1 NNW Berthoud Pass – 30.8 inches
1 SSE Loveland Pass – 29.4 inches
5 WSW Winter Park – 28 inches
1 SW Eldora – 28 inches
9 SSE Gould – 28 inches
5 WSW Winter Park – 28 inches
7 SSE Cameron Pass – 26.6 inches
5 WSW Guanella Pass – 25.2 inches
5 W Green Mountain Reservoir – 25.2 inches
3 NNE Mount Audubon – 23.8 inches
9 SSE Spicer – 23.8 inches
8 SSE Cameron Pass – 22.4 inches
4 SE Mount Zirkel – 22.4 inches
8 SSE Rand – 21 inches
1 NW Climax – 21 inches
5 W Berthoud Falls – 21 inches
4 SE Rollinsville – 19.8 inches
3 S Braindard Lake – 19.6 inches
9 SE Cameron Pass – 19.6 inches
3 WNW Alma – 19.6 inches
5 SSW Blue River – 19.6 inches
7 SSE Cameron Pass – 18.2 inches
3 NNE Mount Audubon – 18.2 inches
6 W Araphoe Peak – 18.2 inches
1 N Genesee – 18 inches
1 NE Echo Lake – 16.8 inches
5 WSW Grand Lake – 16.8 inches
1 SW Eldora – 16.8 inches
3 WNW Alma – 16.8 inches
1 NW Climax – 16.8 inches
2 N Evergreen – 15.5 inches
8 SSE Rand – 15.4 inches
3 SW Ward – 15.4 inches
10 NNE Silverthorne – 15.4 inches
8 NW Glendevey – 12.6 inches
7 NW Red Feather Lakes – 12.6 inches
7 E Blue River – 12.6 inches
4 NNW Longs Peak – 11.2 inches
6 NW Silverthorne – 11.2 inches
1 NW Ponderosa Park – 11 inches
7 NW Red Feather Lakes – 9.8 inches
4 S Longs Peak – 8.4 inches
3 SW Meeker Park – 8.4 inches
9 SE Weston Pass – 8.4 inches
9 E Glendevey – 8.4 inches
3 S Castle Pines – 8.3 inches
3 ENE Manitou Springs – 8.2 inches
2 NNE Monument – 7.5 inches
3 WNW Pingree Park – 7 inches
2 NW Colorado Springs – 6.5 inches