DENVER (CBS4) – Bands of snow developed during the evening commute Friday and created a mess on the roads. Some places reported snowfall rates of 2-3 inches per hour in the heaviest bands.

Snow totals from CBS4 Weather Watchers as of mid-morning Saturday include…

9.0″ – E of Conifer (Bambi Moss)
9.0″ – Telluride Mountain Village (Jonathan Greenspan)
8.0″ – SE of Watkins (Meg Armstrong)
7.5″ – Centennial (Tom Rupprecht)
7.5″ – Highlands Ranch (Debbie Charlton)
7.0″ – E of Franktown (Phil Curry)
7.0″ – SW Lone Tree (Ron Hranac)
6.3″ – Parkhill area of Denver (Will Stockton)
6.0″ – Columbine West area of Littleton (Pam Bostwick)
6.0″ – SW Littleton (Mychele Smith)
5.9″ – Congress Park area of Denver (John Lamicq)
5.5″ – Thornton (Danny J Martinez)
5.3″ – Parker (Jeff Beavers)
5.0″ – West Arvada (Dave Pohlman)
4.5″ – S Parker (Irv Crump)
4.0″ – Lakewood (George Smith)
3.7″ – N of Brush (Diane Sprague)
3.5″ – North of Sterling (Ken Namuth)
3.1″ – Evergreen (Paul Luzetski)
3.0″ – N Colorado Springs (Steve Bennett)
3.0″ – Colorado Springs (Andrea Gibson)
2.8″ – NW Westminster (Tom Claeys)
2.5″ – Peetz (Wendi Oelke)
2.0″ – West of Wray (Nancy Rockwell)
1.0″ – Las Animas (Deb Clementi)
1.0″ – NE Alamosa (Ed Teem)

Here is a list of snow totals reported to the National Weather Service as of mid-morning on Saturday.

10.1″ – 7 miles NW of San Isabel
8.5″ – 2 miles WSW of Buckley Air Force Base
8.5″ – 2 miles SSW of Aurora
8.3″ – Denver International Airport
8.2″ – 4 miles S of Arapahoe Park
8.0″ – 6 miles ENE of Black Forest
7.8″ – Greenwood Village
7.5″ – 5 miles NE of Cherry Hills Village
7.5″ – 2 miles N of Highlands Ranch
7.5″ – 1 mile NNW of Lone Tree
7.5″ – 3 miles SE of Manitou Springs
7.0″ – Antero Reservoir
7.0″ – 3 miles SSW of Highlands Ranch
7.0″ – 1 mile NNW of Cheesman Reservoir
6.8″ – 3 miles N of Cherry Creek Reservoir
6.5″ – 1 mile SSE of Beulah
6.5″ – 2 miles ESE of Foxfield
6.5″ – 7 miles ESE of Texas Creek
6.5″ – 3 miles NNE of Englewood
6.0″ – 2 miles N of Black Forest
6.0″ – Columbine
6.0″ – 1 mile ENE of 11-Mile Canyon Reservoir
5.8″ – 1 mile ESE of Ken Caryl
5.5″ – 5 miles W of Westcliffe
5.5″ – 2 miles ESE of Lakewood
5.5″ – 1 mile NW of Ponderosa Park
5.5″ – 3 miles NNW of Parker
5.2″ – 1 mile W of Wheat Ridge
5.2″ – 5 miles SSE of the Air Force Academy
5.1″ – 3 miles SW of Ponderosa Park
5.0″ – 3 miles N of Shaffers Crossing
5.0″ – CBS4 Studio near downtown Denver
4.8″ – 2 miles SSW of Wetmore
4.8″ – 2 miles NE of Arvada
4.7″ – 1 mile W of Ken Caryl
4.6″ – 2 miles E of Parker
4.6″ – 2 miles SSW of Castle Rock
4.5″ – 5 miles N of Lamar
4.5″ – 1 mile E of Sterling
4.5″ – 1 mile SSW of Sterling
4.5″ – 4 miles S of Bennett
4.2″ – 1 mile E of Gary
4.2″ – 2 miles SSW of Westminster
4.0″ – Brighton
3.8″ – 3 miles SW of Holyoke
3.5″ – 3 miles SSW of Hillrose
3.4″ – 5 miles WSW of Walsenburg
3.4″ – 3 miles N of Henderson
3.4″ – 2 miles S of Peterson Air Force Base
3.4″ – 1 mile NNW of Woodland Park
3.2″ – 2 miles WSW of Northglenn
3.0″ – 3 miles SSE of Woodlin School
3.0″ – Crook
3.0″ – 1 mile NNE of Silverthorne
3.0″ – 1 mile WNW of Hugo
3.0″ – Dillon
2.8″ – 3 miles N of Milton Reservoir
2.8″ – Hugo
2.8″ – 3 miles W of Westminster
2.8″ – 5 miles E of White Ranch Open Space
2.5″ – 1 mile NE of Brookvale
2.4″ – 4 miles NE of Firestone
2.4″ – 2 miles SSE of Jamestown
2.3″ – 2 miles SE of Breckenridge
2.1″ – Rollinsville
2.0″ – 2 miles ESE of Fountain
2.0″ – 3 miles W of Blende
2.0″ – 3 miles S of Boulder
1.9″ – Erie
1.8″ – 4 miles NE of Blende (9 inch drifts reported)
1.8″ – 2 miles W of Louisville
1.6″ – 1 mile ENE of Boulder
1.6″ – 2 miles SSW of Elkdale
1.5″ – 3.6 miles WNW of Boulder
1.5″ – 2 miles ESE of Security
1.2″ – 2 miles W of Niwot
1.2″ – 1 mile NW of Pinewood Springs
1.1″ – 1 mile NNW of Hygiene
1.0″ – Williams Fork Reservoir
1.0″ – Nederland
1.0″ – 1 mile WNW of Crescent Village
0.4″ – 3 miles SW of Fort Collins
0.3″ – 2 miles NW of Loveland
0.3″ – 7 miles E of Virginia Dale
0.2″ – Campion
0.1″ – 1 mile SSW of Fort Collins

Chris Spears

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