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SNOW TOTALS: Find out the latest numbers

2:53 PM, Feb 4, 2012   |    comments
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VIEWER PHOTOS: Heavy snow in early Feb.

According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, Denver broke a single-day snowfall record on Friday with 12.5 inches of snow.

The previous record was 9.5 inches in 1932. Denver also broke the three-day snowfall record for February with 15.9 inches. The previous record was 14.1 inches in 1912.

Official snowfall totals for Denver are taken at Denver International Airport. Data used to be collected at Stapleton Airport, and before that, in downtown Denver.

The numbers speak for themselves and prove this is the snowiest event we have had in this winter season.

By 2:30 p.m. Saturday we have some updated numbers and a link to a more comprehensive list as well:

  • Echo Mtn Ski Area 55.0"
  • 4 miles SE of Pinecliffe 51.1"
  • 3 miles N of Black Hawk 48.0"
  • 3 miles W of Jamestown 45.2"
  • Nederland 37.0"
  • Eldora Ski Area 31.0"
  • Arvada 16.5"

    For a complete list of the National Weather Service cooperative observers reports please click here

 

The areas with the greatest accumulation have been on the Front Range and Foothills. As of 10 a.m. Saturday, these are the snow totals for the following cities:

  • Agate 26"
  • Arapahoe Park 25.2"
  • Aurora 17"
  • Bailey 6.2"
  • Bergen Park 19"
  • Bennett 13.0"
  • Black Hawk 35.6"
  • Boulder 22.5"
  • Broomfield 19.8"
  • Buckhorn Mountain 27"
  • Castle Pines 18"
  • Castle Rock 19"
  • Colorado Springs 5.2"
  • Conifer 37"
  • Denver 15"
  • Echo Mountain 55"
  • Eldora Springs 23.4"
  • Elizabeth 18"
  • Englewood 10.1"
  • Erie 14"
  • Estes Park 11.1"
  • Evergreen 30.6"
  • Federal Heights 14.5"
  • Fort Collins 12.5"
  • Franktown 14.5"
  • Frederick 6"
  • Genesee 32"
  • Glen Haven 13.1"
  • Highlands Ranch 26"
  • Holyoke 13"
  • Idaho Springs 10.5"
  • Jamestown 45.2"
  • Kiowa 17"
  • Lafayette 14.5"
  • Lakewood 13"
  • Leadville 1.7"
  • Littleton 14.9"
  • Livermore 27"
  • Lone Tree 14.5"
  • Longmont 13"
  • Louisville 20.2"
  • Loveland 9"
  • Lyons 9.3"
  • Masonville 20.3"
  • Montrose 1"
  • Nederland 37"
  • Niwot 15.5" 
  • Northglenn 20"
  • Parker 16.5"
  • Pinecliffe 50.5"
  • Ponderosa Park 17.5"
  • Rist Canyon 24"
  • Sedgwick 2"
  • Sterling 5"
  • Strasburg 17.8"
  • Superior 12.6"
  • Thornton 13.8"
  • Watkins 24.8"
  • Westminster 21.5"
  • Wheat Ridge 19.8"
  • Woodrow 6.5" 
     

 Please check back for more cities and more totals.

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