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Snow totals: Here's how much snow has fallen in Colorado

A spring storm brought heavy, wet snow to Colorado leading to downed tree branches and powerlines.

COLORADO, USA — A spring snowstorm moved over Colorado Thursday evening, dropping significant snow into Friday morning.

Some parts of the Denver metro area received several inches of heavy, wet snow causing tree branches to break and down some powerlines.

Colder weather also came with this spring storm, so highs will not leave the 30s on Friday on Colorado's Front Range. 

The state will see more cold temperatures with snow showers Saturday. We’ll get a one-day break from the precipitation on Sunday before we’re right back to the cooler weather with more rain and snow showers Monday.

> Above video: A look at the roads in Denver on Friday morning.

WEATHER LINE 9: Updated weather forecast information at 303-871-1492.

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> Below video: RAW: Porcupine in Colorado traveling through snow

Here's a look at snow totals from around the state, according to the National Weather Service:

  • Aspen Park — 12.9 inches
  • Genesee — 10.2 inches
  • Ken Caryl — 9.5 inches
  • Arvada — 8.5 inches
  • Nederland — 8.5 inches
  • Westminster — 8.1 inches
  • Vernon — 7.9 inches
  • Tabernash — 7.5 inches
  • Kiowa —  7 inches
  • Louisville — 7 inches
  • Sunshine — 6.5 inches
  • Littleton — 6 inches
  • Thornton — 5.8 inches
  • Denver International Airport — 5.7 inches
  • Snowmass Village — 5.7 inches
  • Bailey — 5.6 inches
  • Idalia — 5.5 inches
  • Yuma — 5.5 inches
  • Northglenn — 5.3 inches
  • Denver — 5.2 inches
  • Broomfield — 5 inches
  • Federal Heights — 5 inches
  • Wray — 5 inches
  • Cascade — 5 inches
  • Woodland Park — 5 inches
  • Meeker Park —  4.7 inches
  • Manitou Springs — 4.7 inches
  • Louisville — 4.5 inches
  • Frederick — 4.4 inches
  • Black Forest — 4.2 inches
  • Monument — 4 inches
  • Palmer Lake — 4 inches
  • Ouray — 4 inches
  • Parker — 3.8 inches
  • Lafayette — 3.6 inches
  • Falcon — 3.5 inches
  • Colorado Springs — 3.5 inches
  • Golden — 3 inches
  • Edgewater — 3 inches 
  • Fort Collins — 2.8 inches
  • Florissant — 2.1 inches
  • Pueblo West — 2 inches
  • Loveland — 2 inches
  • Lake City — 2 inches
  • Pueblo — 1.6 inches
  • Montrose — 1.3 inches
  • Greeley — 1.2 inches
  • Eagle — 1.1 inches 
  • Wolcott — 1.1 inches
  • Vail — 1 inch
  • Silverton — 1 inch

> Click/tap here to learn how NWS determines snow totals.

RELATED: Spring storm creates slick road conditions across Colorado

RELATED: Cold, snowy weather continues into next week

Credit: Paul Marcotte
This raven got too close for comfort for the great horned owl. The owl is protecting the roost and the owlets in Estes Park.
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