It snowed. For some - though not many - it is still snowing. And while you won't find 9NEWS ringing the "IT'S SNOWING" alarm like some people in town, we do enjoy factoids and any relevant information.

So, since the Winter Weather Advisories have been mostly put to bed, 9NEWS check the National Weather Service for measured snow totals in our state. Here's that information for all of those out there, like us, who love bits of information like this:

INTERACTIVE RADAR | We're expecting weather breaking cold in Denver Monday

Nederland | 10.5 inches

Estes Park | 9.5 inches

Jamestown | 8.5 inches

El Dorado Springs | 8.3 inches

Riverside | 8 inches

Crescent Village | 8 inches

Niwot | 7.3 inches

Tabernash | 7 inches

Drake | 7 inches

Windsor | 6.9 inches

Pinecliffe | 6.3 inches

East-southeast Boulder | 6.3 inches

West-northwest Boulder | 5.5 inches

Campion | 6 inches

South Denver | 5.6 inches

West Denver | 3.5 inches

Loveland | 5.5 inches

Broomfield | 5.1 inches

Kelim | 5 inches

Silverthorne | 5 inches

Evergreen | 4.6 inches

Henderson | 4 inches

Cherry Creek Reservoir | 4 inches

Masonville | 3.8 inches

Floyd Hill | 3.7 inches

Aurora | 3.5 inches

Manila Village | 3.5 inches

Englewood | 3.5 inches

Golden | 3.2 inches

Northglenn | 3 inches

Arvada | 3 inches

Bailey | 3 inches

Thornton | 2.8 inches

Denver International Airport | 2.7 inches

Kittredge | 2.3 inches

Buckeye | 2.3 inches

Aspen Park | 2.3 inches

Brookvale | 2.2 inches

Arapahoe Park | 2 inches

Sheridan | 2 inches