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Colorado snow totals for May 20-21, 2019 late spring storm: some areas receive 18+ inches

Palmer Divide, SW Colorado see most snow
Posted: 11:06 AM, May 21, 2019
Updated: 2019-05-21 20:05:39Z
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DENVER – A late spring snowstorm that moved through Colorado dumped another foot-plus of snow in areas of the state, with the highest totals along the Palmer Divide north of Colorado Springs and in the San Juan Mountains in the southwestern part of the state.

After the storm, the statewide snowpack sits at 225% of median as of Tuesday, according to the Natural Resources Conservation Service.

Below you can find snow totals reported between 4:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, from the National Weather Service :

· 8 NE Black Forest – 20 inches
· 3 NW Black Forest – 19.5 inches
· 7 W Peyton – 18 inches
· 4 S Air Force Academy – 18 inches
· Red Mountain Pass – 18 inches
· 2 SSE Black Forest – 17 inches
· Monument – 15 inches
· Coal Bank Pass – 15 inches
· 3 SE Black Forest – 14 inches
· 2 NE Black Forest – 14 inches
· 4 N Peyton – 14 inches
· 2 NNE Monument – 14 inches
· Molas Pass – 14 inches
· Kiowa – 13 inches
· 4 SSW Black Forest – 13 inches
· 5 NNE Colorado Springs – 12.5 inches
· 4 S Black Forest – 11.3 inches
· Elizabeth – 11 inches
· 5 SW Black Forest – 11 inches
· 1 W Palmer Lake – 11 inches
· 1 NNE Silverthorne – 10 inches
· 6 S Air Force Academy – 10 inches
· 4 S Ouray – 10 inches
· 6 NNW Peterson AFB – 9.5 inches
· 5 SW Castle Rock – 9 inches
· 4 WSW Flacon – 9 inches
· 3 E Monument – 9 inches
· 2 NW Peterson AFB – 9 inches
· 4 NW Peterson AFB – 9 inches
· 4 ENE Air Force Academy – 9 inches
· 3 WNW Castlewood Canyon – 8.3 inches
· 4 W Falcon – 8.3 inches
· 2 SW Golden – 8.1 inches
· Dillon – 8 inches
· 1 S Highland Park – 8 inches
· 7 SE Air Force Academy – 8 inches
· 3 SE The Pinery – 7.8 inches
· 3 W Aspen Park – 7.5 inches
· 4 NE Nederland – 7.5 inches
· 3 E Franktown – 7.1 inches
· Gothic – 7 inches
· 3 NNW Horsetooth Mountain – 7 inches
· 2 SW Rocky Flats – 7 inches
· 1 ESE The Pinery – 7 inches
· 7 NNE Colorado Springs – 7 inches
· 8 NW Cripple Creek – 7 inches
· 7 NW Cripple Creek – 7 inches
· 4 S Rocky Flats – 6.5 inches
· 1 WNW Eldorado Springs – 6.3 inches
· 2 E Parker – 6.3 inches
· 1 NE Brookvale – 6 inches
· 3 E Buckhorn Mountain – 6 inches
· 5 NNW Mishowaka – 6 inches
· 3 NNE Parker – 6 inches
· Woodland Park – 6 inches
· 3 WSW Colorado Springs – 6 inches
· 2 E Crisman – 5.9 inches
· 2 NE Rollinsville – 5.9 inches
· 4 ESE Foxfield – 5.8 inches
· 4 ENE Nederland – 5.7 inches
· 1 W Aspen Springs – 5.6 inches
· WAH Keeney Park – 5.6 inches
· 1 E Ken Caryl – 5.5 inches
· 1 SSW Carr – 5.5 inches
· 4 N Peterson AFB – 5.5 inches
· 7 SSW Black Forest – 5.5 inches
· 3 ESE Foxfield – 5.4 inches
· 2 S Estes Park – 5.3 inches
· Estes Park – 5.3 inches
· 1 W Northglenn – 5.2 inches
· 3 SSW Boulder – 5.1 inches
· Aspen Springs – 5 inches
· 2 E Estes Park – 5 inches
· 4 Pinewood Springs – 5 inches
· 2 SSW Buckley AFB – 5 inches
· 3 ESE Lone Tree – 5 inches
· 3 WSW Roxborough Park – 5 inches
· 5 ESE Greenland – 5 inches
· 2 SW Boulder – 4.9 inches
· Cos Asos – 4.9 inches
· 3 NNW Parshall – 4.8 inches
· 2 WNW Estes Park – 4.8 inches
· 3 N Foxfield – 4.8 inches
· 3 N Cherry Creek Reservoir – 4.8 inches
· 2 NW Colorado Springs – 4.8 inches
· 2 WSW Colorado Springs – 4.7 inches
· Rollinsville – 4.6 inches
· Nederland – 4.5 inches
· 3 NNE Pinecliffe – 4.5 inches
· 2 ESE Lakewood – 4.5 inches
· 3 WSW Aurora – 4.5 inches
· 2 ESE Denver – 4.5 inches
· 2 W Lone Tree – 4.5 inches
· 2 NNW Marshall – 4.4 inches
· 3 NW Parker – 4.4 inches
· 3 ENE Manitou Springs – 4.4 inches
· 1 NE Evergreen – 4.3 inches
· 3 S Castle Pines – 4.1 inches
· 1 SW Greenwood Village – 4.1 inches
· 4 WNW Arvada – 4 inches
· 2 WNW Erie – 4 inches
· 2 ESE Commerce City – 4 inches
· 2 WSW Conifer – 4 inches
· 2 N Louisville – 3.8 inches
· Wheat Ridge – 3.8 inches
· 3 E Denver – 3.7 inches
· Lafayette – 3.5 inches
· Brighton – 3.5 inches
· 1 NW Greeley – 3.5 inches
· 2 W Niwot – 3.5 inches
· 1 WSW Ault – 3.5 inches
· 1 NNW Golden – 3.4 inches
· 2 SSW Westminster – 3 inches
· 3 SW Windsor – 3 inches
· 2 W Johnstown – 3 inches
· 4 NE Firestone – 3 inches
· 1 NNW Hygiene – 3 inches
· 1 ENE Eleven Mile Canyon – 3 inches
· 1 W Mead -- .8 inches
· 3 W Fort Collins – 2.7 inches
· 2 NE Longmont -- .6 inches
· 2 SE Timnath – 2 inches
· Campion – inches
· Fort Collins – 2 inches
· Limon – 2 inches
· 3 SW Wellington – 1.7 inches
· 1 E Alamosa – 1.5 inches
· 3 E Laporte – 1.4 inches
· 4 W LaSalle – 1.4 inches
· Edwards – 1.2 inches
· Walden – 1 inch