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Here are the latest snow totals from the weekend storm

A much-needed fall snowstorm dumped multiple inches of snow near the Cameron Peak and East Troublesome fires.
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A fall snowstorm brought much-needed relief to firefighters who are battling numerous late season fires that are now some of the largest in Colorado history.

Snow totals near the Cameron Peak Fire burn area were nearly 20 inches, and a foot of snow has been reported near the East Troublesome Fire.

It’s the largest snowstorm in Colorado since Labor Day weekend, which brought early season snow to much of the state – including the Cameron Peak Fire, which has continued to grow nearly two months later.

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Here are the latest snow totals for the mountains and Front Range courtesy the National Weather Service in Boulder.

La Veta: 23 inches

Five miles northwest of the Mishawaka Amphitheater (in Poudre Canyon near the Cameron Peak Fire): 19.5 inches 

Three miles northwest of Fort Collins: 16.1 inches 

Meeker Park: 14.3 inches 

Nederland: 13 inches 

South Boulder: 12 inches

Drake: 12 inches

New Castle: 10.5 inches

Allenspark: 10 inches

South Fort Collins: 10.5 inches

Berthoud: 9.6 inches

Golden: 9.3 inches

Buena Vista: 9 inches

Genesee: 8 inches

Greeley: 7.5 inches

Saguache: 7.3 inches

Parker: 7 inches 

Granby: 7 inches

Lakewood: 6.2 inches

Silver Plume: 6 inches

Centennial: 6 inches

Northglenn: 6.6 inches

Denver: 5.3 inches

East Arvada: 5 inches

Lone Tree: 4.5 inches

Aurora: 4 inches

Denver International Airport: 4 inches

Castle Rock: 7.2 inches 

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