Northeastern Colorado received a much needed wallop of snow and the accompanying precipitation.
The heaviest snowfall was in the southern and western suburbs and foothills. In Thornton the storm was less generous but nevertheless welcome.
Pinecliffe west of Golden was the prize winner with nearly 22 inches of snow. Further to the south Conifer received 15 inches. In the metro area most snowfall totals were in the 6 to 10 inch range with the higher amounts to the south.
The interactive map below shows snowfall reports from National Weather Service storm spotters. You can double-click to zoom in or use the + / – buttons. Click and hold and then drag to pan the map around. Click on any ‘dot’ to see the report for that location.