DENVER (CBS4) – A large, slow moving spring storm has left a blanket of heavy wet snow across much of the Front Range and there is more to come for some areas.

Here are snow totals as of 7:30 a.m. from CBS4 Weather Watchers.

Empire – 20 inches (Don McNair)
Conifer – 18.5 inches (Bambi Moss)
Coal Creek Canyon – 17.5 inches (John Baich)
Nederland – 17 inches (Matt Reynolds)
Castle Rock – 14 inches (Brad Newell)
Bellvue – 13.5 inches (Jim Bruce)
Nathrop – 13.4 inches (Delmar Smith)
Grant – 13 inches (Kent Szabo)
Bailey – 12 inches (Richard Kursevich)
Buena Vista – 12 inches (Bobbi Eisenhand)
Surrey Ridge – 9.5 inches (Bob Gold)
Franktown – 9 inches (Phil Curry)
East Parker – 8.6 inches (Tom Graves)
Redstone – 7 inches (Tom Bleskan)
Tabernash – 7.8 inches (Mark Bobier)
Parker – 5.5 inches (Irv Crump)
Aurora – 5 inches (Cathy Davis)
Lone Tree – 5 inches (John Stout)
Kiowa – 4.5 inches (Ron Knowles)
Westminster – 4 inches (Paul Romero)
Ouray – 3 inches (Rhonda Palmer)

Here are a few totals as of 11:00 a.m. that were reported to the National Weather Service.

Buckhorn Mountain in Larimer County – 28.3 inches
8 miles North of Black Hawk – 24.5 inches
3 miles North of Golden – 24 inches
2 miles East-Southeast of Allenspark – 23 inches
Genesse – 22.3 inches
Hourglass Lake in Larimer County – 18 inches
2 miles South of Estes Park – 17.4 inches
Evergreen – 14.5 inches
Gross Reservoir – 12.5 inches

Meteorologist Chris Spears writes about stories related to weather and climate in Colorado. Check out his bio or follow him on Twitter @ChrisCBS4.

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