By Chris Spears

DENVER (CBS4) – The biggest winter storm so far this season to hit the Denver metro area has left much of the Front Range under a heavy blanket of snow.

RELATED: Biggest Storm This Season Breaks Daily Snowfall Record In Denver

Latest Snow Totals From CBS4 Weather Watchers – As Of 5:30 p.m.

14.5″ – Parker (Irv Crump)
12″ – Franktown (Phil Curry)
12″ – Severance (Jim Weindorf)
10.5″ – Kiowa (Ron Knowles)
10″ – Lakewood (Ronald Sherwood)
9.5″ – SW Denver (Gordon Baron)
9.5″ – Aurora (Cathy Davis)
9″ – Pinecliffe (Bob Carlisle)
7″ – Silverthorne (Mark Mannheimer)
6″ – Wray (Nancy Rockwell)
5.8″ – Evergreen (John Kirkpatrick)
4.4″ – Walden (Mark Russell)
4″ – Limon (Ron Ruhoff)
3″ – Craig (Shannan Koucherik)

Latest Snow Totals From The National Weather Service – As Of 5:20 p.m.

11.2″ – Arapahoe Park
11″ – Frederick
11″ – NW Parker
11″ – NE Castle Rock
10.6″ – SE Castle Pines
9.5″ – Thornton
9″ – NE Nederland
9″ – Westminster
8″ – Mead
7.7″ – Denver International Airport
4.5″ – NW Grand Lake
Latest Snow Totals From CBS4 Weather Watchers – As Of 4:45 p.m.

16″ – Perry Park (Jim Underwood)
15″ – Sedalia (Lydia VanDenBroek)
13.5″ – Conifer (Bambi Moss)
13.2″ – Foxfield (Lori Finch)
13″ – Bellvue (Jim Bruce)
12.6″ – SE Genesee (Dennis Swindler)
11.5″ – SE Aurora (Pete Richards)
11″ – Surrey Ridge (Bob Gold)
11″ – Denver (Andy Sterner)
11″ – Franktown (Phil Curry)
10.5″ – Westminster (Paul Romero)
10.5″ – Lakewood (Gary Blubaugh)
10.5″ – NW Arvada (Mitch and Sandy Granger)
10″ – SW Lone Tree (Ron Hranac)
10″ – Illif (Dakota McGee)
10″ – Parker (Kathleen MacLennan)
9.8″ – Silver Plume (Cinthea Fiss)
9.2″ – Aurora (Andrew Bilyeu)
9.1″ – NE Highlands Ranch (Dale Sevcik)
9″ – Denver (Kathy Jakubowski)
8.5″ – Franktown (Holly Ulyate)
8″ – NW Arvada (Richard Brocaw)
7″ – Superior (Karen Waligorski)
5.5″ – NW of Brush (Diane Sprague)
5″ – Peetz (Wendi Bryan)
4.5″ – Brush (Larry Giauque)
4″ – Ridgway State Park
2″ – Bayfield (Joseph Mozgai)

Latest Snow Totals From The National Weather Service – As Of 3:30 p.m.

16″ – 8 miles NE of Four Corners (Sand Creek Park)
14″ – 1 mile N of Ken Caryl
11.5″ – 1 mile NNW of Louisville
11.5″ – Sheridan
11″ – 2 miles WNW of Aurora
11″ – Federal Heights
10.8″ – 5 miles NE of Ward
10.5″ – 3 miles E of Centennial
9.5″ – 2 miles N of Longmont
8.9″ – 3 miles SW of Fort Collins
8.5″ – 1 mile SSW of Arvada
8″ – Black Hawk
7″ – 3 miles S of Evergreen
Latest Snow Totals From CBS4 Weather Watchers – As Of 1:30 p.m.

12.5″ – Broomfield (Susan Roth)
12″ – Bellvue (Jim Bruce)
11.5″ – Thornton (Jennifer Perry)
10″ – Lakewood (Ronald Sherwood)
9.5″ – Berthoud (Don Nadow)
9.5″ – NW Arvada (Robert Peck)
9.2″ – SW Lone Tree (Ron Hranac)
9.2″ – Silver Plume (Cinthea Fiss)
9″ – Brighton (Steve Brown)
9″ – Aurora (Ronald Cox)
8.5″ – Westminster (Paul Romero)
8.2″ – Illif (Dakota McGee)
8″ – Franktown (Holly Ulyate)
6″ – Silverthorne (Mark Mannheimer)
5.6″ – Denver (John Snyder)
5″ – NW of Brush (Diane Sprague)
4.5″ – Bailey (Mike Quaintance)
4″ – Brush (Larry Giauque)
3″ – Wray (Nancy Rockwell)
1″ – Buena Vista (Rick Jones)

Latest Snow Totals From The National Weather Service – As Of 1:15 p.m.

17″ – 6 miles NW of Larkspur
16″ – 4 miles SW of Eldorado Springs
12″ – 8 miles NE of Four Corners (Sand Creek Park)
12″ – 3 miles SSW of Boulder
11″ – 4 miles E of Boulder
11″ – 3 miles WSW of Conifer
11″ – NE Lone Tree
11″ – 2 miles SSE of Tabernash
10.8″ – 1 mile NNW of Louisville
10.6″ – 8 miles SE of Watkins (4 foot drifts)
10″ – 2 miles N of Lochbuie
10″ – 1 mile SW of Westminster
10″ – East Broomfield
9.8″ – 2 miles S of Denver
9.5″ – NWS Office in SW Boulder
9″ – 1 mile N of Strasburg (2 foot drifts)
9″ – 3 miles NW of Superior
8.3″ – 3 miles SSE of Aurora
7.7″ – 3 miles N of Black Hawk
6.7″ – Denver International Airport
6″ – WNW of Simla

Latest Snow Totals From CBS4 Weather Watchers – As Of 10:30 a.m.

9.5″ – Highlands Ranch (Bear Canyon Elementary)
6″ – Parker (Kathleen MacLennan)
4″ – Peetz (Wendi Bryan)

Latest Snow Totals From The National Weather Service – As Of 10:30 a.m.

14.3″ – Genesee
12″ – 5 miles S of Larkspur
11″ – 3 miles ESE of Tiny Town
9″ – 1 mile S of Loveland
9″ – 4 miles S of Fort Collins
8.5″ – 2 miles N of Longmont
8″ – 2 miles ESE of Allenspark
7.3″ – 3 miles SSE of Aurora
7″ – 2 miles WSW of Fort Collins
6.7″ – NNW Aspen Springs
4.5″ – 1 mile NNE of Estes Park
3″ – NW Sterling

Latest Snow Totals From CBS4 Weather Watchers – As Of 9:00 a.m.

10.5″ – Broomfield (Susan Roth)
10″ – Perry Park (Jim Underwood)
9.2″ – SE Aurora (Pete Richards)
9″ – Foxfield (Lori Finch)
8.7″ – Bellvue (Jim Bruce)
8.5″ – Silver Plume (Cinthea Fiss)
8.5″ – CBS4 Roof in downtown Denver
8″ – Berthoud (Don Nadow)
8″ – Coal Creek Canyon (John Baich)
8″ – Tabernash (Mark Bobier)
7″ – Franktown (Holly Ulyate)
7″ – Westminster (Paul Romero)
7″ – SW Lone Tree (Ron Hranac)
6.5″ – Denver (Will Stockton)
6.2″ – Pinewood Springs (Geraldine Pearson)
6″ – Firestone (John Murphy)
5.8″ – Thornton (Walter Masten)
5″ – Nunn (Susie J.)
5″ – Glenwood Springs (Bob Lockard)
5″ – Conifer (Bambi Moss)
4.5″ – Aurora (Andrew Bilyeu)
4″ – Lafayette (Doug Goodman)
4″ – Breckenridge (Gary Lindstrom)
4″ – Hartsel (Rande Clark)
3.9″ – Walden (Mark Russell)
3″ – Paonia (David Berry)
3″ – Ridgway State Park
1″ – NW of Brush (Diane Sprague)

Snow accumulation approaches 9" on the CBS4 rooftop (credit: CBS)

Snow accumulation approaches 9″ on the CBS4 rooftop (credit: CBS)

Latest Snow Totals From The National Weather Service – As Of 8:53 a.m.

14.2″ – 1 mile E of Buckhorn Mountain
13.2″ – Genesee
12″ – 4 miles SW of Eldorado Springs
12″ – 3 miles NW of Idledale
10.5″ – 2 miles S of Erie
10″ – 1 mile S of Greeley
10″ – 3 miles SSW of Boulder
10″ – 4 miles NNW of Larkspur
9″ – 2 miles W of Boulder
9″ – SE Greeley
8.5″ – 2 miles SSW of Boulder
8.5″ – 2 miles NW of Parker
8″ – Westminster
8″ – 1 mile SE of Frederick
8″ – Boulder
8″ – 2 miles SE of Chatfield Reservoir
7.5″ – 1 mile E of Wheat Ridge
7.4″ – 2 miles SE of Watkins
7.1″ – Louisville
7″ – 3 miles WSW of Conifer
7″ – Broomfield
7″ – 8 miles N of Black Hawk
6.8″ – Arvada
6.5″ – 3 miles ENE of Horsetooth Mountain
6.5″ – 1 mile ENE of Fort Collins
6.1″ – 2 miles NE of Thornton
6″ – Lafayette
6″ – 3 miles ESE Denver
6″ – 2 miles NNE of Monument
5.5″ – 1 mile SW of Evergreen
5.5″ – Lyons
5.3″ – 2 miles N of Lochbuie
5″ – Northglenn
5″ – Westminster
5″ – 2 miles N of Black Forest
4.1″ – 4 miles E of Fort Collins
4″ – 1 miles SE of Wellington
3″ – 2 miles WNW of Colorado Springs
1.5″ – Illif

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

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