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Boulder, Colorado. Photo Credit: beklaus (iStock).

Parts of Colorado saw more than a foot of snow as a winter storm blasted the Front Range and beyond from Wednesday into early Thursday morning. Totals took some by surprise, with up to 13.5 inches of snow accumulating.

Here are some of the snowfall totals from the past 24 hours, reported by the National Weather Service and ski resorts around the state.

Aspen Park – 13.5 inches

Jamestown – 12.9 inches

Conifer – 12.5 inches

Larkspur – 11 inches

Evergreen – 11 inches

Genesee – 10.7 inches

Boulder – 10.5 inches

Monument – 10 inches

Golden – 8.2 inches

Cascade – 8 inches

Manitou Springs – 7 inches

Eldora Mountain Resort – 6 inches (48 hours, 8 inches)

Florissant – 6 inches

Colorado Springs – 4 inches

Steamboat Springs Resort – 4 inches (48 hours, 11 inches)

Black Forest – 3 inches

Breckenridge Ski Resort – 3 inches (48 hours, 6 inches)

Keystone Ski Resort – 2 inches (48 hours, 4 inches)

Loveland Ski Area – 1 inch (48 hours, 4.5 inches)

Monarch Mountain – 1 inch (48 hours, 6 inches)

Editor's Note: These totals are reported in a rolling manner and may be updated throughout the day. Totals are also restricted to set locations, most of which are by areas of population. Totals in more remote, mountainous areas are likely much higher. See additional information and updates here.

Breanna Sneeringer writes about news, adventure, and more for OutThere Colorado as a Digital Content Producer. She is an avid adventure seeker and wildflower enthusiast. Breanna joined OutThere Colorado in September 2018.


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