DENVER — The first day of spring 2020 just felt like more winter, with snow blanketing much of Colorado Thursday into Friday.

Here’s how much piled up as of Friday morning, according to the National Weather Service. (Multiple totals were reported for different areas of some cities -- only the highest totals are listed.)

  • Arvada - 7 inches
  • Aurora - 9.1 inches
  • Avon - 4 inches 
  • Bailey - 10.7 inches  
  • Boulder - 8.4 inches
  • Broomfield - 5 inches
  • Castle Pines - 7.1 inches
  • Castle Rock - 10 inches
  • Centennial - 11 inches
  • Colorado Springs - 3.7 inches
  • Commerce City - 9.9 inches
  • Denver International Airport - 6 inches
  • Durango - 13 inches 
  • Edgewater - 3.5 inches
  • Erie - 6 inches
  • Federal Heights - 7.5 inches
  • Elizabeth - 10 inches
  • Englewood - 5.6 inches
  • Estes Park - 18.2 inches
  • Evergreen - 15.2 inches
  • Federal Heights - 7.5 inches
  • Franktown - 11 inches
  • Genesee - 17 inches 
  • Highlands Ranch - 7.4 inches
  • Jamestown - 18.5 inches
  • Littleton - 6.8 inches
  • Lone Tree - 11 inches
  • Loveland (city) - 3 inches
  • Louisville - 9.1 inches 
  • Monument - 10.7 inches
  • Nederland - 23 inches
  • Northglenn - 5.7 inches
  • Palmer Lake - 11 inches 
  • Parker - 12.2 inches 
  • Pinecliffe - 22.6 inches
  • Rocky Flats - 11 inches
  • Sheridan - 6 inches 
  • Thornton - 7.6 inches
  • Westminster - 9.6 inches
  • Wheat Ridge - 5.8 inches
  • Winter Park - 8 inches
  • Woodland Park - 10 inches

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