The snow totals from the overnight storm varied widely from the Denver area to the Foothills.
Denver only got an inch or two of snow while towns in the Foothills got 7-8 inches.
— First Alert Weather (@FirstAlert7) February 23, 2016
— Dayle Cedars (@daylecedars) February 23, 2016
The snowfall measurements were taken at about 10:30 p.m. and totals in the Foothills are likely to go up, said Denver7 Meteorologist Lisa Hidalgo.
Very little snow fell at the Denver International Airport.
The snow missed us this time. Operations are normal this morning #cowx
— Denver Int'l Airport (@DENAirport) February 23, 2016
Streets in the metro area were mostly just wet early Tuesday morning. However, roads in Boulder and Jefferson Counties were snowy and slushy.
TRAFFIC MAP: Incidents and delays
Light snowfall is expected to taper off during the early morning.
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) February 23, 2016
FULL FORECAST: Light snow will taper this morning
The last time there was measurable snowfall in Denver was Feb. 1 and 2, when the snow total recorded at Denver International Airport was 11.6 inches. Some areas in the Foothills got a foot and a half.