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Storm totals: See how much snow fell in your area of Colorado in Jan. 21-22 snowstorm

Posted: 11:43 AM, Jan 22, 2019
Updated: 2019-01-22 13:43:14-05
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DENVER – Much of Colorado got a fresh helping of snow Monday afternoon into Tuesday morning, which combined with gusting winds closed down several roads and highways near the Palmer Divide and eastern plains.

Snow totals over the last 24 hours varied greatly in the storm, though the Palmer Divide, metro-area foothills and parts of the Western Slope were the big winners. Some blizzard warnings remain in effect until Tuesday afternoon.

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Scroll through the list below to see how much snow fell in your area ( observations via National Weather Service ):

· 6 E Skyway – 17.5 inches
· 2 SSW Snowmass Village – 14.8 inches
· 3 N Shaffers Crossing – 13 inches
· 1 NNW Monarch Pass – 11 inches
· Conifer – 10 inches
· Collbran – 9.1 inches
· 1 NW Ponderosa Park – 9 inches
· 3 NNW Ridgway – 8.5 inches
· 4 ENE Air Force Academy – 8 inches
· Mesa 6S – 8 inches
· 1 SE Plateau City – 7.5 inches
· 3 WNW Ridgway – 7.5 inches
· 3 SW Colona – 7.5 inches
· Molas Pass – 7.5 inches
· 1 WNW El Jebel – 7.3 inches
· La Junta – 7 inches
· 3 E Plateau City – 7 inches
· Telluride Ski Resort – 7 inches
· 4 W Paonia – 6.7 inches
· Ouray – 6.6 inches
· 2 NNE Monument – 6.5 inches
· 4 S Brookvale – 6.5 inches
· 2 N Aspen Park – 6.5 inches
· 1 NE Brookvale – 6.5 inches
· 1 WSW Rye – 6.5 inches
· 1 SSE Beulah – 6 inches
· Coal Bank Pass – 6 inches
· 5 W Westcliffe – 5.5 inches
· 4 NNW Mount Crested Butte – 5.5 inches
· Glenwood Springs 5 SE – 5.5 inches
· 3 S Castle Pines – 5.4 inches
· Oak Creek – 5.3 inches
· 1 NE Evergreen – 5.2 inches
· 4 NE Nederland – 5 inches
· Rocky Ford – 5 inches
· Red Mountain Pass – 5 inches
· 11 E Colona – 5 inches
· 1 SE Wolf Creek Pass – 5 inches
· 4 W Cattle Creek – 4.6 inches
· Hotchkiss 6NW – 4.5 inches
· Pagosa Springs 15SE – 4.5 inches
· 1 SE Bergen Park – 4.3 inches
· 1 E Alamosa – 4.3 inches
· 2 ENE Vail – 4.3 inches
· 1 E Cedaredge – 4.2 inches
· 10 SSE Pagosa Springs – 4.2 inches
· 5 NW Chromo – 4.1 inches
· 1 N Genesee – 4 inches
· 1 NW Clark – 4 inches
· Silverthorne – 4 inches
· 5 WSW Walsenburg – 3.1 inches
· 5 SSE Air Force Academy – 3 inches
· Yuma – 3 inches
· Silverton – 2.4 inches
· 3 N Durango – 2.2 inches
· Lone Tree – 2 inches
· Deer Trail – 2 inches
· 1 WNW Steamboat Springs – 1.9 inches
· Littleton – 1 inch
· 1 NW Federal Heights – 1 inch
· 3 S Fort Collins – 1 inch
· Lakewood – 0.8 inches
· Fort Collins – 0.5 inches