Alpine Spruce Forest in a Sunny Meadow Photo Credit: starryvoyage (iStock).

Photo Credit: starryvoyage (iStock).

A weekend storm brought big snow totals to Colorado and in some places the flakes are still falling.

Here's a look at how much snow different areas of the state have gotten, as of Monday morning.

Editor's Note: The total shown here is the highest total found in town. Totals around the area may vary. Some places have been excluded from this list and many places around the state haven't reported a total. See a full list of destinations from the National Weather Service here.

1. La Veta, 23 inches

2. Spanish Peaks, 22 inches

3. Beulah, 19.5 inches

4. Mishawaka, 19.5 inches

5. Walsenburg, 18 inches

6. Horsetooth Mounta, 18 inches

7. Rye, 17.9 inches

8. Fort Collins, 17.7 inches

9. Colorado City, 16 inches

10. Nederland, 12.6 inches

11. Boulder, 12.4 inches

12. Florence, 12 inches

13. Pueblo West, 12 inches

14. Loveland, 11.3 inches

15. Leadville, 11 inches

16. Longmont, 10.6 inches

17. Golden, 9.3 inches

18. Windsor, 9 inches

19. Elizabeth, 9 inches

20. Buena Vista, 9 inches

21. Westcliffe, 9 inches

22. Cañon City, 9 inches

23. Air Force Academy, 8.9 inches

24. Louisville, 8.7 inches

25. Genesee, 9 inches

26. Divide, 7.8 inches

27. Greeley, 7.5 inches

28. Steamboat Springs, 7.5 inches

29. Aspen, 6.5 inches

30. Lakewood, 6.2 inches

31. Lafayette, 6 inches

32. Federal Heights, 6 inches

33. Grand Junction, 5.8 inches

34. Mountain View, 5.5 inches

35. Denver, 5.3 inches

36. Northglenn, 5 inches

37. Lone Tree, 4.5 inches

38. Englewood, 4.4 inches

39. Colorado Springs, 4.2 inches

40. Highlands Ranch, 4.1 inches

41. Aurora, 4 inches

42. Commerce City, 4 inches

43. Denver International Airport, 3.6 inches

44. Byers, 3 inches

45. Evergreen, 2.6 inches

If you're not seeing the town you're looking for, see a full list of destinations from the National Weather Service 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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