Most of us around Colorado woke up to the sight of fresh snow on Sunday morning after a snowstorm made its way into the state.

The heavy snow and low visibility led to a number of road closures and more than 150 flight cancellations at Denver International Airport.

By Sunday night, cities and ski resorts around Colorado were seeing some impressive snow totals.

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Here’s a look at some area totals from the National Weather Service as of 5 a.m. Monday.

  • Denver International Airport 5.7"
  • Crested Butte 12”
  • Conifer 15"
  • Golden 8.8"
  • Northglenn 5.6"
  • Georgetown 8.2”
  • Boulder 7.1"
  • Echo Late 8”
  • Breckenridge 11.7"
  • Eldorado Springs 14"
  • Lafayette 4.5"
  • Wheat Ridge 5.1"
  • Englewood 4"
  • Federal Heights 7.5"
  • Nederland 8.5"
  • Lakewood 3.5"
  • Louisville 3.4"
  • Broomfield 3.4"
  • Brighton 9"
  • Arvada 8.5"
  • Aurora 6.9"
  • Steamboat Springs 3"
  • Westminster 6.5"