Snow totals for week of Feb. 21, 2022, snow in Colorado so far – What We Know!

DENVER — The temperatures plummeted and snow began falling Monday, and a few elements of Colorado have already seen greater than a foot of snow to this point.

The snow has been falling on and off for the previous few days, dropping a number of inches of snow principally within the mountains. The I-25 hall might see 2 to 4 inches of accumulation earlier than the snow lastly tapers off Thursday morning, however the central mountains will seemingly see a further 5 to 10 inches and the potential for 1 to 2 toes within the San Juans, in response to the Nationwide Climate Service in Boulder.

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Listed below are the snow totals as of 9:52 a.m. Wednesday from the Nationwide Climate Service. We’ll be updating these all through the day.

1 SE Wolf Creek Go – 25 inches
7 NE Sawpit – 18.8 inches
Ouray – 12 inches
3 SW Meeker Park – 12 inches
Ouray – 10 inches
5 W Inexperienced Mountain Reservoir – 9.1 inches
1 NNW Monarch Go – 9 inches
8 SSE Rand – 7.8 inches
5 W Westcliffe – 7 inches
1 W Blue Mountain – 7 inches
9 SSE Gould – 6.5 inches
7 SSE Cameron Go – 6.5 inches
11 S Rabbit Ears Go – 6.5 inches
9 SSE Spicer – 6.5 inches
1 WSW Rosita – 6.4 inches
1 WSW Rye – 6.2 inches
3 S Vallecito – 6 inches
4 NE Yellow Jacket – 6 inches
2 SE Penrose – 6 inches
1 NNE Rangely – 5.6 inches
2 SSW Wetmore – 5.6 inches
1 SSE Beulah – 5.5 inches
1 W Copper Mountain 5.2 inches
9 SE Cameron Go – 5.2 inches
4 S Longs Peak – 5.2 inches
3 NNE Mount Audubon – 5.2 inches
4 SE Mount Zirkel – 5.2 inches
11 NNW Canon Plaza – 5 inches
3 S Vallecito – 4.8 inches
5 N Redstone – 4.5 inches
7 NW San Isabel – 4.3 inches
7 NW Colona – 4 inches
15 NW De Beque – 4 inches
8 NW Glendevey – 3.9 inches
6 NW Silverthorne – 3.9 inches
8 SSE Cameron Go – 3.9 inches
4 SW Crawford – 3.7 inches
2 NE Leadville – 3.7 inches
1 NNE Evergreen – 3.4 inches
3 SSW Boulder – 3.3 inches
7 NE Montrose – 3.1 inches
3 N Pueblo Reservoir – 3 inches
1 SSE Loveland Go – 2.6 inches
1 WNW Loveland Go – 2.6 inches
10 NNE Silverthorne – 2.6 inches
1 NNW Berthoud Go – 2.6 inches
3 WNW Alma – 2.6 inches
5 SSW Blue River – 2.6 inches
7 E Blue River – 2.6 inches
5 WSW Guanella Go – 2.6 inches
1 NNE Fountain – 2.5 inches
2 N Pueblo West – 2 inches
Hayden – 2 inches
4 N Florissant – 1.7 inches
1 SSE Redlands – 1.6 inches
Denver Worldwide Airport – 1.6 inches
5 NNW Peterson Air Drive Base – 1.5 inches
4 S Black Forest – 1.5 inches
1 ENE Grand Junction – 1.5 inches
3 E Monument – 1.3 inches
1 NNW Cameron Go – 1.3 inches
9 E Glendevey – 1.3 inches
6 W Arapahoe Peak – 1.3 inches
3 SW Ward – 1.3 inches
2 NNE Monument – 1 inch
1 N Joes – 1 inche
2 N Federal Heights – .6 inches
2 WSW Lone Tree – .5 inches

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