DENVER (CBS4) – A storm system will pull away from Colorado today after dropping a heavy blanket of snow across the high country.

43 inches of snow fell at the Loveland Ski Area over 3 days, with 19 inches falling in just 24 hours.

If you like snow, then there’s good news in the extended forecast.

A new winter storm will move into the mountains on Christmas Day.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

Depending on the exact track, some of that snow could make it into Denver and the Front Range after sunset on Christmas night.

Here are some of the latest 3-day snow totals from the mountains.

43″ – Loveland Ski Area
33″ – Copper Mountain Resort
32″ – Breckenridge Ski Resort
32″ – Ski Cooper
31″ – Arapahoe Basin Ski Area
28″ – Near Rabbit Ears Pass
25″ – Vail
21″ – Monarch Mountain
21″ – Ski Granby Ranch
19″ – Fremont Pass
19″ – Eldora Mountain Resort
19″ – Berthoud Pass
17″ – Winter Park Resort
16″ – Telluride
16″ – Crested Butte
16″ – Aspen/Snowmass
16″ – Near Cameron Pass (Jackson County)
15.5″ – Leadville
15″ – Beaver Creek
15″ – Lake Irene (Grand County)
13″ – Lake Eldora (Boulder County)
13″ – Wolf Creek Ski Area
10″ – Durango Mountain Resort
10″ – Steamboat Springs

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