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These are the snow totals for the April storm

Posted: 9:11 PM, Apr 16, 2016
Updated: 2016-04-18 13:06:39-04

The anticipated big, bad snowstorm of April 16 is still moving across the state of Colorado. Some areas are seeing up to two feet of snow, while others are only recording less than half-a-foot. 

So, how much snow has fallen? 

  • Allenspark -- 36.2 inches
  • Aurora (SE) -- 20.5 inches 
  • Bennett -- 16.7 inches
  • Bergen Park -- 23 inches
  • Blackhawk -- 33 inches
  • Boulder  -- 11 inches
  • Breckenridge -- 22.0 inches
  • Broomfield -- 14.5 inches
  • Buckley Air Force Base -- 20 inches
  • Buckhorn Mountain -- 11 inches
  • Castle Rock -- 20.1 inches
  • Centennial -- 22 inches
  • Conifer -- 46 inches
  • Denver International Airport -- 12.1 inches
  • Denver (SW) -- 5.5 inches
  • Denver (SE) -- 11 inches
  • Eldorado Springs -- 25.3 inches
  • Elizabeth -- 26 inches
  • Estes Park -- 9 inches
  • Evergreen -- 35 inches
  • Genesee -- 43 inches
  • Highlands Ranch -- 20 inches
  • Ken Caryl -- 28 inches
  • Louisville -- 11.9 inches
  • Nederland -- 42 inches
  • Northglenn -- 8.5 inches
  • Parker -- 23.8 inches
  • Pinecliffe -- 52 inches
  • Strasburg -- 9 inches
  • Superior -- 16 inches
  • Tiny Town -- 35 inches
  • Ward -- 42.3 inches
  • Westminster -- 13.5 inches

Due to the accuracy issues with our initial source, we are now only reporting snow totals from the National Weather Service.

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