By Chris Spears

DENVER (CBS4) – As the 2015-2016 snow season winds down across Colorado the numbers along the Front Range foothills and the adjacent I-25 urban corridor are impressive and indicative of a strong El Niño weather pattern.

In the counties of Larimer, Boulder, Jefferson, Douglas, Broomfield and Arapahoe, more than 80 weather observers from the CoCoRaHS network have reported season-to-date snow totals over 100 inches and three of those topped 200 inches.

"Guess we won't be using our front entrance for a while" say the Bitterlys in Evergreen after a large dose of snow in April.

“Guess we won’t be using our front entrance for a while” say the Bitterlys in Evergreen after a large dose of snow in April.

Golden 12.5 NW – 237.4″
Kittredge 2.5 SSE – 231.5″
Ward 4.6 NE – 216.7″
Golden 11.8 NW – 194.9″
Nederland 3.7 ENE – 190.2″
Nederland 4.2 E – 187.1″
Larkspur 4.4 NNW – 186.6″
Nederland 4.8 ENE – 184.3″
Allenspark 2.2 ESE – 180.5″
Golden 2.1 SW – 177.3″
Evergreen 2.0 ESE – 175.2″
Aspen Springs 4.9 ESE – 169.9″
Stove Prairie 2 WNW – 166.6″
Evergreen 4.2 SSE – 166.3″
Golden 4.8 NW – 165″
Nederland 5.8 E – 163.1″
Evergreen 5.3 S – 156.7″
Genesee 1 SW – 154.3″
Bellvue 5.0 W – 153.7″
Conifer 2.1 WSW – 152.8″
Riverside 2.2 NE – 152″
Nederland 2.8 NE – 151.6″
Nederland 0.4 WNW – 150.8″
Livermore 10.5 WSW – 144.4″
Evergreen 1.1 S – 142.2″
The Pinery 1.2 ESE – 139.9″
Larkspur 2.2 WNW – 138.7″
Aspen Park 2.8 NNE – 138″
Roxborough Park 2.0 N – 135.8″
Pinecliffe 2.5 WNW – 135.6″
Jamestown 2.5 SSE – 134.9″
Red Feather 5.9 NE – 134.5″
Horsetooth Mountain 3.2 NNW – 134.4″
Allenspark 1.5 ESE – 134.3″
Conifer 3.9 SE – 134.2″
Sedalia 6.8 S – 133.5″
Parker 2.1 WNW – 130.3″
Evergreen 3.5 SE – 130″
Sedalia 3.5 SSE – 128.6″
Evergreen 3.6 SSW – 128″
Evergreen 4.6 S – 127.7″
Castle Rock 8.2 NNW – 125.1″
Estes Park 10.5 SE – 125″
Bergen Park 1.1 N – 123″
Castle Rock 1.7 SSW – 121″
Ken Caryl 0.6 WSW – 119.3″
Conifer 3 SW – 118.8″
Castle Rock 0.5 NNW – 118.4″
Ken Caryl 3.0 WNW – 118.2″
Golden 1.4 S – 118.1″
Franktown 3.5 NE – 117.2″
Broomfield 1.1 NE – 116.5″
Pine 3.4 NNW – 116.4″
Highlands Ranch 2.5 SSW – 116.3″
Estes Park 1.8 S – 113.8″
Conifer 5.2 WNW – 113.6″
Littleton 6.4 W – 113.1″
Centennial 2.0 SW – 112.7″
Red Feather Lakes 3.8 ENE – 112.3″
Littleton 5.7 SW – 112″
Sedalia 10.5 S – 111.8″
Parker 3.6 ESE – 111.5″
Boulder 4.7 E – 111.1″
Littleton 7.7 ESE – 110.6″
Lakewood 1.7 SW – 110.5″
Evergreen 3.6 SSW – 110.2″
The Pinery 0.5 WNW – 109.7″
Boulder 1.6 S – 109.5″
Lakewood 2.2 ESE – 108.8″
Littleton 6.0 W – 108.4″
Aurora 7.3 SE – 108.2″
Arapahoe Park 1.4 WSW – 107.1″
Aurora 3.3 S – 106.4″
Wheat Ridge 2.8 WSW – 105.2″
Nederland 2.61 NNE – 105.1″
Castle Rock 2.9 WNW – 104.2″
Castle Pines 2.1 N – 104.1″
Highlands Ranch 3.2 ESE – 103.9″
Lyons 8.9 WNW – 103.7″
Pine 1.3 ENE – 103.2″
Lafayette 0.4 WSW – 102.7″
Conifer 5.7 SW – 102.6″
Littleton 1.6 NW – 102.2″
Boulder 2.9 S 102.2
Franktown 5.4 SE – 101.4″
Highlands Ranch 1.5 SSE – 100.5″
Fort Collins 6.1 SW – 100″

A snow-covered car in Kittredge after 2 feet of snow fell overnight during an April storm. (credit: Kerry Maloney)

A snow-covered car in Kittredge after 2 feet of snow fell overnight during an April storm. (credit: Kerry Maloney)

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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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