DENVER — The first snowstorm of 2021 was a quick-moving one with light snow falling throughout the day Saturday.
The biggest snow totals were recorded in Boulder County and around the Colorado Springs area. The official total for the past 24 hours at Denver International Airport was 1.9 inches.
So far this season, Denver has gotten 18.9 inches of snow.
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Here are some of the snow totals on Saturday from the National Weather Service:
- Aurora: 1.4 inches
- Berthoud: 3.5 inches
- Black Forest: 3.1 inches
- Boulder: 5 inches
- Buckhorn Mountain: 1.4 inches
- Denver International Airport: 1.9 inches
- Frederick: 3.3 inches
- Greeley: 2.4 inches
- Louisville: 1.9 inches
- Manitou Springs: 3.5 inches
- Mead: 2 inches
- Monument: 2 inches
- Niwot: 4.5 inches
- Pueblo: 3.8 inches
- Thornton: 2.6 inches
- Westminster: 1.9 inches
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