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Snow totals from Jan. 28 Denver metro area snowstorm

Posted: 11:27 AM, Jan 28, 2019
Updated: 2019-01-28 19:09:41Z
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DENVER – We’re seeing some higher-than-expected snow totals from the storm that moved through northeast Colorado Monday morning , though the snow is expected to taper off across the Front Range early Monday afternoon.

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Past 24-hour snow totals as of 11 a.m. Monday (data via National Weather Service ):

· 1 W Westminster – 11.6 inches (10:07 a.m.)
· 1 S Superior – 10.3 inches (10:11 a.m.)
· Superior – 9 inches (9:45 a.m.)
· 3 SSE Superior – 8.8 inches (9:30 a.m.)
· 2 W Louisville – 8.8 inches (9:53 a.m.)
· Louisville – 8 inches (10:15 a.m.)
· 6 NW Denver – 7.8 inches (10:15 a.m.)
· 2 E Denver – 7.4 inches (9:40 a.m.)
· 1 NW Broomfield – 7.2 inches (9:39 a.m.)
· 2 NE Arvada – 7 inches (9:10 a.m.)
· 1 N Genesee – 7 inches (8:45 a.m.)
· 3 NW Arvada – 6.8 inches (10:25 a.m.)
· 1 NNW Broomfield – 6.5 inches (9:50 a.m.)
· 1 NE Evergreen – 6.3 inches (8:51 a.m.)
· 2 SW Broomfield – 6 inches (8:40 a.m.)
· Superior – 6 inches (9:34 a.m.)
· 4 E Denver – 6 inches (9:25 a.m.)
· 1 SW Lafayette – 5.5 inches (8:54 a.m.)
· 3 SSW Tiny Town – 5.5 inches (8:23 a.m.)
· 2 N Louisville – 5.4 inches (9:34 a.m.)
· 6 NW Denver – 5.4 inches (7:40 a.m.)
· Broomfield – 5 inches (9:30 a.m.)
· 4 S Brookvale – 5 inches (9:14 a.m.)
· 3 N Shaffers Crossing – 5 inches (9:36 a.m.)
· Agate – 5 inches (8:16 a.m.)
· Erie – 5 inches (9 a.m.)
· 2 ENE Broomfield – 4.9 inches (10:28 a.m.)
· 2 ESE Boulder – 4.9 inches (9:05 a.m.)
· Greenwood Village – 4.8 inches (8:23 a.m.)
· 3 NE Aspen Springs – 4.7 inches (9:41 a.m.)
· Louisville – 4.5 inches (9:15 a.m.)
· Winter Park – 4.5 inches (9 a.m.)
· Englewood – 4.2 inches (9:47 a.m.)
· 1 NW Federal Heights – 4 inches (7:30 a.m.)
· 2 W Lakewood – 4 inches (7:46 a.m.)
· Lakewood – 4 inches (9:15 a.m.)
· 3 SW Golden – 4 inches (8 a.m.)
· 3 SE Aurora – 4 inches (8:06 a.m.)
· 1 WSW Louisville – 4 inches (9:15 a.m.)
· 3 SSW Boulder – 4 inches (10:10 a.m.)
· 2 E Lakewood – 3.5 inches (7:45 a.m.)
· Northglenn – 3.1 inches (7:41 a.m.)
· 1 NW Bailey – 3.1 inches (8:30 a.m.)
· Westminster – 3.1 inches (8:21 a.m.)
· 3 W Arvada – 3 inches (6:50 a.m.)
· Kassler – 3 inches (7:30 a.m.)
· 2 NNE Monument – 3 inches (8:32 a.m.)
· Lafayette – 3 inches (7:25 a.m.)
· 4 SE Gould – 3 inches (9:09 a.m.)
· Broomfield – 2.7 inches (6:58 a.m.)
· 1 NE Brookvale – 2.5 inches (7:21 a.m.)
· 14 E Kiowa – 2.5 inches (7:51 a.m.)
· 3 NW Parker – 2.5 inches (7:15 a.m.)
· 6 SSW Kassler – 2.1 inches (7:30 a.m.)
· 2 E Aurora – 2 inches (8:17 a.m.)
· 1 ESE Elizabeth – 2 inches (8:20 a.m.)
· Lyons – 2 inches (8:21 a.m.)
· 2 N Longmont – 1.9 inches (6:22 a.m.)
· 3 SE Brighton – 1.7 inches (7 a.m.)
· Aspen Park – 1.6 inches (8:20 a.m.)
· 3 S Castle Pines – 1.6 inches (5:55 a.m.)
· 4 N Florissant – 1.5 inches (8:30 a.m.)
· 2 N Black Forest – 1.5 inches (9 a.m.)
· 3 ENE Manitou Springs – 1.5 inches (8:31 a.m.)
· 2 ESE Longmont – 1.2 inches (7 a.m.)
· 5 WSW Guanella Pass – 1 inch (4 a.m.)
· 3 SSE Silver Plume – 1 inch (6 a.m.)
· 1 NNW Grant – 1 inch (7:30 a.m.)
· Byers – 1 inch (8:20 a.m.)
· Denver International Airport – 1 inch (5 a.m.)
· Brighton – 1 inch (8:19 a.m.)
· 1 NNW Cheesman Reservoir – 1 inch (8:25 a.m.)
· 1 E Colorado City – 1 inch (10:32 a.m.)
· 1 ENE Pueblo West – inches (9:39 a.m.)
· 2 NNE Fountain – 1 inch (10:03 a.m.)
· Williams For Reservoir – 1 inch (8 a.m.)
· Bear Lake – 1 inch (9 a.m.)
· 4 NE Nederland – 1 inch (7:30 a.m.)
· 1 E Dillon – 0.5 inches (7:46 a.m.)