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Snow totals for Nov. 25-26, 2019 Colorado snowstorm

Totals will be updated through the day Tuesday
Posted: 6:10 AM, Nov 26, 2019
Updated: 2019-11-26 20:54:15-05
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DENVER – Several areas of Colorado received more than a foot of snow in this storm, which is starting to taper off on Tuesday afternoon. Blizzard warnings in effect earlier in the day have since been canceled, but winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories remain in effect through the afternoon.

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We will be updating these totals as they come in through the day Tuesday, but here’s a look at the latest snow totals reported to the NWS between 1 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tuesday:

3 NNE Drake – 33 inches
4 ENE Red Feather Lakes – 32 inches
11 SE Estes Park – 31.7 inches
1 S Crescent Village – 30 inches
4 WSW Drake – 29 inches
1 NW Genesee – 27.5 inches
1 N Genesee – 26 inches
2 E Sunshine – 24.5 inches
3 W Jamestown – 24.5 inches
1 N Meeker Park – 24 inches
6 NW Lyons – 24 inches
1 WSW Livermore – 24 inches
Eldorado Springs – 23.9 inches
Lyons – 23.2 inches
4 NE Nederland – 23 inches
2 N Aspen Park – 22.9 inches
4 SE Pinecliffe – 22.3 inches
12 NW Golden – 22.3 inches
3 SSW Boulder – 22.2 inches
3 SE Pinecliffe – 22 inches
7 WNW Loveland – 22 inches
3 W Boulder – 22 inches
2 E Crisman – 22 inches
7 S Lyons – 22 inches
4 ENE Nederland – 21 inches
2 S Wallstreet – 21 inches
2 SW Boulder – 21 inches
2 W Boulder – 20.9 inches
2 E Allenspark – 20.5 inches
2 W Louisville – 20.2 inches
2 SSW Boulder – 20 inches
Roxborough Park – 19 inches
5 E Boulder – 18.8 inches
Palmer Lake – 18.7 inches
1 NNW Monarch Pass – 18 inches
3 NW Black Forest – 17.5 inches
Wellington – 17.3 inches
2 S Kittredge – 17 inches
3 N Shaffers Crossing – 17 inches
2 NNE Monument – 17 inches
2 SE Boulder – 17 inches
2 E Parker – 16.5 inches
1 E Ken Caryl – 16.3 inches
4 SE Evergreen – 16.3 inches
2 SE Chatfield Reservoir – 16.3 inches
4 WNW Arvada – 16.2 inches
2 W Lakewood – 16 inches
5 N Elizabeth – 16 inches
15 N Elizabeth – 16 inches
5 S Manila Village – 16 inches
3 E Monument – 16 inches
2 NW Loveland – 16 inches
2 E Estes Park – 16 inches
1 NNW Louisville – 15.9 inches
3 NE Aspen Springs – 15.5 inches
Highlands Ranch – 15.5 inches
3 S Fort Collins – 15.5 inches
1 ENE Monument – 15 inches
2 S Fort Collins – 15 inches
2 WNW Broomfield – 14.5 inches
10 N Elizabeth – 14.5 inches
5 S Fort Collins – 14 inches
3 NE Fort Collins – 14 inches
3 NW Parker – 14 inches
3 SW Longmont – 14 inches
2 SSW Boulder – 14 inches
3 SW Highlands Ranch – 13.8 inches
1 SW Westminster – 13.6 inches
2 W Westminster – 13.5 inches
1 NE Evergreen – 13.5 inches
2 SW Centennial – 13.5 inches
13.5 WNW Berthoud – 13.5 inches
2 N Longmont – 13.5 inches
2 N Evergreen – 13.2 inches
2 E Longmont – 13 inches
3 SW Erie – 13 inches
3 NW Northglenn – 13 inches
1 WNW Highlands Ranch – 13 inches
2 N Black Forest – 13 inches
Loveland – 13 inches
3 S Longmont – 13 inches
1 SSE Estes Park – 13 inches
Centennial – 12.8 inches
1 ENE Thornton – 12.5 inches
1 E Arvada – 12.5 inches
3 N Foxfield – 12.5 inches
1 SE Littleton – 12.5 inches
2 W Timnath – 12.4 inches
3 NNW Timnath – 12.3 inches
3 S Buckley AFB – 12.2 inches
Yuma – 12 inches
3 W Windsor – 12 inches
1 W Mead – 12 inches
1 N Lafayette – 12 inches
1 NE Broomfield – 12 inches
Evergreen – 12 inches
Elizabeth – 12 inches
1 NW Ponderosa Park – 12 inches
1 N Castle Rock – 12 inches
Telluride Ski Resort – 12 inches
7 S Elizabeth – 11.9 inches
2 W Littleton – 11.8 inches
1 W Wheat Ridge – 11.6 inches
Wheat Ridge – 11.6 inches
3 S Castle Pines – 11.6 inches
4 E Laporte – 11.5 inches
1 S Evergreen – 11.5 inches
1 E Englewood – 11.5 inches
4 N Cherry Hills Village – 11.5 inches
5 ENE Byers – 11.5 inches
2 ENE Longmont – 11.3 inches
2 N Louisville – 11.2 inches
2 S Denver – 11.1 inches
Erie – 11 inches
2 NE Erie – 11 inches
2 ESE Lakewood – 11 inches
1 W Northglenn – 11 inches
2 N Lakewood – 11 inches
1 ENE Edgewater – 11 inches
Denver – 11 inches
3 ENE Denver – 11 inches
2 N Black Forest – 11 inches
5 E Longmont – 10.8 inches
1 NW Broomfield –10.8 inches
6 SW Black Forest – 10.5 inches
6 SSE Denver – 10.5 inches
Greenwood Village – 10.5 inches
3 SSE Aurora – 10.5 inches
Cascade – 10.5 inches
Salida – 10.5 inches
2 NE Thornton – 10.3 inches
1 N Wheat Ridge – 10.3 inches
Brighton – 10 inches
Westminster – 10 inches
2 NW Littleton – 10 inches
2 SSE Englewood – 10 inches
3 NE Englewood – 10 inches
6 ENE Black Forest – 10 inches
3 NE Air Force Academy – 10 inches
Lone Tree – 10 inches
2 S Parker – 10 inches
4 NNE Manitou Springs – 10 inches
Maysville – 10 inches
1 SE Fort Morgan – 9.5 inches
4 E Denver – 9.5 inches
Denver International Airport – 9.5 inches
1 SSE Beulah – 9.5 inches
1 WNW Greeley – 9.4 inches
1 W Firestone – 9.2 inches
5 SSE Air Force Academy – 9.2 inches
4 WSW Eaton – 9 inches
Lakewood – 9 inches
5 WSW Falcon – 9 inches
12 SSW Georgetown – 9 inches
1 N Hygiene – 9 inches
9 WSW Rustic – 9 inches
Red Mountain Pass – 9 inches
3 SSE Denver – 8.8 inches
7 NE Purcell – 8.6 inches
3 ENE Manitou Springs – 8.5 inches
6 E Skyway – 8.5 inches
1 NNW Woodland Park – 8.5 inches
Mesa 5SSE – 8.5 inches
1 W Aspen Springs – 8.3 inches
6 NW Greeley – 8 inches
2 NW Peterson AFB – 8 inches
5 SW Black Forest – 8 inches
4 NNE Colorado Springs – 8 inches
Cimarron 8NW – 8 inches
Steamboat Ski Resort – 8 inches
2 NE Westminster – 8 inches
3 SSE Ouray – 8 inches
1 SE Wolf Creek Pass – 8 inches
1 SW Pitkin – 8 inches
Bailey – 7.9 inches
2 E Manitou Springs – 7.8 inches
5 SSE Air Force Academy – 7.5 inches
2 N Thornton – 7.5 inches
3 SSW Hillrose – 7 inches
6 W Otis – 7 inches
1 N Evans – 7 inches
2 WSW Byers – 7 inches
2 NW Colorado Springs – 7 inches
6 NW Denver – 7 inches
1 WSW Woodland Park – 7 inches
Antero Reservoir – 7 inches
Northglenn – 6.8 inches
2 WSW Colorado Springs – 6.7 inches
5 ENE Phippsburg – 6.5 inches
4 NNW Kline – 6.5 inches
Coal Bank Pass – 6.5 inches
2 NW Colorado Springs – 6.4 inches
2 SSW Colorado Springs – 6.2 inches
10 NW Lyons – 6.2 inches
1 WSW Palisade – 6.2 inches
Yuma – 6 inches
Cheyenne Wells – 6 inches
6 S Air Force Academy – 6 inches
Snowmass Ski Resort – 6 inches
Molas Pass – 6 inches
5 W Westcliffe – 6 inches
8 SW Lake George – 6 inches
Cheesman Reservoir – 6 inches
Woodland Park – 6 inches
3 WNW Fairplay – 5.8 inches
4 NW Peterson AFB – 5.5 inches
4 NE Phippsburg – 5.5 inches
1 WSW Rye – 5.5 inches
2 N Wolcott – 5.5 inches
4 N Florissant – 5.4 inches
2 E Steamboat – 5.3 inches
Georgetown – 5.2 inches
Briggsdale – 5 inches
1 N Joes – 5 inches
3 N Colorado Springs – 5 inches
2 SSW Gypsum – 5 inches
3 NW Lazear – 5 inches
4 ENE Dolores – 5 inches
Ouray – 5 inches
Avon 2S – 5 inches
Taylor Park 6SE – 5 inches
Aspen Mountain Resort – 5 inches
1 W Edwards – 4.8 inches
2 NE Leadville – 4.7 inches
7 ENE Montrose – 4.5 inches
2 WNW Peterson AFB – 4.4 inches
7 ESE Texas Creek – 4.2 inches
Collbran – 4.1 inches
Burlington – 4 inches
Edwards – 4 inches
4 W Ridgway – 4 inches
Aspen Highlands – 4 inches
5 WSW Walsenburg – 4 inches
2 N Security – 3.9 inches
4 NW Montrose – 3.7 inches
Silverton – 3.7 inches
1 WNW Steamboat Springs – 3.6 inches
4 WSW Crook – 3 inches
Oak Creek – 3 inches
1 NW Clark – 3 inches
Buttermilk Ski Resort – 3 inches
1 NE Cedaredge – 3 inches
1 SE Clifton – 2.5 inches
Gunnison – 1.8 inches
Carbondale – 1.7 inches
Glenwood Springs – 1.7 inches
2 W Vail – 1.7 inches
Bayfield – 1 inch
3 NW Cattle Creek – 1 inch