Snow totals vary significantly across Colorado, as some locations saw heavy snow bands dump feet of snow. Upslope conditions created blockbuster totals and gusty winds have created monster snow drifts.

According weather spotters for the National Weather Service, here are UPDATED snowfall totals as of 8:55 p.m.:

  • Louisville 20.3"
  • SE Denver 19.5"
  • Castle Rock 17"
  • Aurora 20"
  • Federal Heights 21"
  • Castle Pines 15.8"
  • Evergreen 20.5"
  • Erie 17"
  • Arvada 16.5"
  • Bennett 15"
  • Berthoud 16"
  • Allenspark 16.2"
  • Westminster 18"
  • Perry Park 15"
  • Wheat Ridge 15.2"
  • Northglenn 20"
  • Genesee 23"
  • Lafayette 21"
  • Niwot 24"
  • Fredrick 18"
  • Fort Collins 11"
  • Evergreen 19"
  • Nederland 21.5"
  • Broomfield 18"
  • Black Hawk 7"
  • Denver Int'l Airport 12.1" *broke previous daily snow record of 8", set in 2010*
  • Longmont 14"
  • Boulder 25.5"

This storm moved out of the state Wednesday night. Temperatures plummeted overnight into the lower 20s, so wet roads became extremely icy by Thursday morning. Daytime highs will be in the upper 40s Thursday with partly sunny skies. Look for some melting before the next system moves in Friday night into Saturday.