DENVER (CBS4) – The most recent round on wintry weather will wrap up today but not before leaving behind a large blanket of snow across the area.

While many of the ski resorts measured this storm in feet, most of the lower elevations saw anywhere from 2-5 inches.

Despite the light amounts, bitterly cold temperatures made for a slow and slick Wednesday morning drive.

The cold weather is expected to last all day.

Here are some recent snow totals from CBS4 Weather Watchers over the past 24 hours.

Ron Ruhoff (Limon) – 2 inches
Jim Bruce (Bellvue) – 5.5 inches
Ridgway State Park (Ridgway) – 3 inches
Mark Russell (Walden) – 0.7 inches
Susan Roth (Broomfield) – 2 inches
Gary K. (East of Red Feather) – 2 inches
John Kirkpatrick (Evergreen) – 1 inch
Dave Pohlman (Arvada) 3.2 inches
Jeff Yager (Burlington) – 1.3 inches
Andrew Bilyeu (Aurora) – 4 inches
Dorn Nienaber (SE Aurora) – 2.5 inches
Walter Masten (Thornton) – 2 inches
Don Wedow (Deer Trail) – 2.5 inches
Bob Lockard (Glenwood Springs) – 2 inches
Rande Clark (Hartsel) – Trace
Paul Romero (Westminster) – 1 inch
Diane Sprague (NW of Brush) – 1 inch

(credit: CBS)(credit: CBS)

Bambi Moss (Conifer) – 1.8 inches
Gary Karnik (SW Fort Collins) – 4 inches
Orlando Adelman Jr. (West Littleton) – 1.5 inches
Phil Curry (Franktown) – 1.5 inches
John Baich (Coal Creek Canyon) – 2.5 inches
Rhonda Palmer (Ouray) – 4.5 inches

(credit: CBS)(credit: CBS)

Mitch and Sandy Granger (NW Arvada) – 1 inch
David Antosiak (Broomfield) – 1 inch
John Stout (Lone Tree) – 2 inches
Mychele Smith (Southwest Littleton) – 3.5 inches

Enjoy watching the weather? Click here to learn more about becoming a CBS4 Weather Watcher.

Comments