Another round of snow blanketed parts of Colorado Monday into early Tuesday morning, with some areas seeing more than a foot of fresh powder.

The following snowfall totals have been reported by the National Weather Service for February 10 to 11, 2020:

  • Arvada- 3.3 inches
  • Aurora- 3.4 inches
  • Beulah- 12 inches
  • Boulder- 6.5 inches
  • Buena Vista 4.5 inches
  • Castle Pines- 3.1 inches
  • Castle Rock- 4.8 inches
  • Colorado Springs 2.8 inches
  • Commerce City- 3 inches
  • Crestone- 2.8 inches
  • DIA- 1.8 inches
  • Elizabeth- 3 inches
  • Estes Park- 4.5 inches
  • Evergreen- 5.2 inches
  • Fairplay- 4.6 inches
  • Fort Collins- 4.2 inches
  • Foxfield- 3 inches
  • Genesee- 5.8 inches
  • Golden- 7.3 inches
  • Highland Park- 3.8 inches
  • Highlands Ranch- 3.8 inches
  • Idaho Springs- 7.4 inches
  • Ken Caryl- 3.5 inches
  • La Veta Pass- 9.1 inches
  • Littleton- 5.5 inches
  • Lone Tree- 3 inches
  • Louisville- 3 inches
  • Monument- 4 inches
  • Nederland- 6.2 inches
  • Palmer Lake- 4.5 inches
  • Rye- 12 inches
  • San Isabel- 9 inches
  • Sheridan- 2.6 inches
  • The Pinery- 4.5 inches
  • Westcliffe- 6.9 inches
  • Wetmore- 14 inches
  • Wheat Ridge- 2.7 inches
  • Wolf Creek Pass- 9 inches

According to Joel Gratz of OpenSnow, a train of snowstorms will hit throughout parts of the state this week and into next, with light flakes returning to the northern mountains from Wednesday to Thursday. Snow is also on the way for Saturday morning from Sunday through Tuesday, and possibly next Friday (February 21). While it’s a little too early to tell exactly how much snow is going to hit, we’ll keep you updated as we get closer.

Editor’s Note: All weather statements and snow accumulations are subject to change. Check the official Colorado Department of Transportation website for up-to-date information on road conditions and the National Weather Service for updates on incoming storms. For your mountain forecast, we recommend visiting OpenSnow. For daily avalanche conditions, always check with avalanche.state.co.us before heading into the backcountry. 

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