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Snow totals from March 13 'bomb cyclone' blizzard that blasted Colorado

Totals via the National Weather Service
Posted: 6:21 PM, Mar 13, 2019
Updated: 2019-03-14 04:53:41Z
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DENVER – We’re getting a first look at snow totals from the “bomb cyclone” blizzard that blasted Colorado Wednesday.

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Below you can find snow totals starting at 11 a.m. Wednesday from the storm. The totals are accurate as of 10:45 p.m. Wednesday. The number and direction signify the mileage and direction from the town or location listed. The totals are sorted from most snow reported to the least and come from the National Weather Service.

4 NE Nederland – 20 inches
3 NE Aspen Springs – 19 inches
3 N Shaffers Crossing – 19 inches
3 W Jamestown – 16.5 inches
1 N Genesee – 16 inches
Powderhorn Ski Area – 16 inches
4 S Brookvale – 15 inches
1 W Aspen Springs – 14.9 inches
1 SE Bergen Park – 14 inches
1 S Crescent Village – 14 inches
2 N Aspen Park – 13.7 inches
3 W Jamestown – 13.5 inches
1 W Woodland Park – 15 inches
1 SSE Evergreen – 12.5 inches
7 E Fort Garland – 12 inches
1 NE Evergreen – 10.9 inches
NWS Cheyenne – 10.8 inches
Steamboat Ski Resort – 10 inches
2 NNE Monument – 10 inches
1 SE Frederick – 9 inches
2 SE Breckenridge – 8.4 inches
3 S Castle Pines – 8.2 inches
Aurora – 8 inches
1 W Firestone – 8 inches
1.8 N Evergreen – 8 inches
3 ESE Falcon – 8 inches
1 WSW Woodland Park – 8 inches
Woodland Park – 8 inches
2 E Estes Park – 7.5 inches
2 SW Centennial – 7.5 inches
1 NW Ponderosa Park – 7.5 inches
3 SW Aurora – 7 inches
4 E Denver – 7 inches
1 E Ken Caryl – 7 inches
2 N Black Forest – 7 inches
Durango 6WSW – 7 inches
3 NW Black Forest – 6.5 inches
Fort Collins – 6 inches
2 NW Strasburg – 6 inches
Downtown Denver – 6 inches
3 NE Castle Rock – 6 inches
1 NW Federal Heights – 5.5 inches
1 NNW Louisville – 5.4 inches
1 W Westminster – 5 inches
3 ENE Manitou Springs – 5 inches
Iliff – 4.5 inches
5 S Manila Village – 4.5 inches
2 W Louisville – 4.5 inches
1.5 NNE Erie – 4.5 inches
Arvada 5.2 WNW – 4.5 inches
2 NE Thornton – 4.3 inches
1 SW Lafayette – 4.2 inches
3 S Fort Collins – 4 inches
1 S Greeley – 3.7 inches
2 E Sunshine – 3.3 inches
1 SE Burdett – 3 inches
1 NW Broomfield –3 inches
2 S Erie – 5 inches
2 N Longmont – 3 inches
1 NE Parker – 3 inches
Julesburg – 2.5 inches
5 W Westcliffe – 2.5 inches
1 NW Niwot – 2.2 inches
2 W Longmont – 2 inches
1 W Wheat Ridge – 2 inches
4 S Bennet – 1.5 inches