Snow in the Colorado mountains Photo Credit: dszc (iStock)

Photo Credit: dszc (iStock)

As a snowstorm continues to roll through Colorado, inches are accumulating. Here's a look at 24-hour snow totals reported on the morning of Wednesday, September 9.

  1. Westcliffe – 14 inches
  2. Alamosa – 14 inches
  3. San Isabel – 12.3 inches
  4. Maysville – 11.9 inches
  5. Leadville - 10.8 inches
  6. Wetmore – 10 inches
  7. Beulah – 9.5 inches
  8. Rye – 9.4 inches
  9. Eldorado Springs – 8.9 inches
  10. Golden – 7.1 inches
  11. Buena Vista – 7 inches
  12. Genessee – 6.7 inches
  13. Nathrop – 6.7 inches
  14. Rio Blanco – 6.5 inches
  15. Allenspark – 6.5 inches
  16. Estes Park – 6.5 inches
  17. Southwest Colorado Springs – 6 inches
  18. Crested Butte – 6 inches
  19. Pinewood Springs – 5.8 inches
  20. Monument – 5.5 inches
  21. Boulder – 5.5 inches
  22. Woodland Park – 5.5 inches
  23. Antero Junction – 5.5 inches
  24. Meeker – 5 inches
  25. Nederland 5 inches
  26. Gunnison – 5 inches
  27. Pueblo West – 4.3 inches
  28. Fort Collins – 4.2 inches
  29. Frisco – 4 inches
  30. Ken Caryl – 4 inches
  31. Penrose – 4 inches
  32. Florissant – 3.9 inches
  33. Northwest Colorado Springs – 3.8 inches
  34. Lakewood – 3.8 inches
  35. Manitou Springs – 3.5 inches
  36. Evergreen – 3.3 inches
  37. Cañon City – 3 inches
  38. Black Forest – 3 inches
  39. Castle Rock – 2.8 inches
  40. Lone Tree – 2.7 inches
  41. Thornton – 2.2 inches
  42. Marble – 2 inches
  43. Creede – 2 inches
  44. West-southwest Aurora – 1.8 inches
  45. East-southeast Denver 1.7 inches
  46. Louisville – 1.5 inches
  47. Englewood – .7 inches
  48. Eagle – .5 inches
  49. Rifle – .5 inches
  50. North-northeast Loveland – .1 inches

Editor's Note: These 24-hour snow totals come from the National Weather Service and are subject to change as snowfall continues. This article was put together around 9:30 AM with the most updated information available at the time. Snowfall is set to continue. See the most up-to-date current information here.

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Spencer McKee manages the OutThere Colorado digital publication as the Director of Content and Operations. In his spare time, Spencer loves to rock climb, trail run, and mountain bike. Follow along with his adventures on Instagram at @spence.outside

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