DENVER (CBS4) – After a dry stretch of weather for parts of Colorado some much needed snow fell this weekend. Denver International Airport recorded the first accumulating snow since November 29.

SKI RESORT TOTALS – LAST 48 HOURS

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Silverton – 26″
Wolf Creek – 25″
Kendall Mountain – 16″
Purgatory – 15″
Telluride – 15″
Hesperus – 8″
Steamboat – 7″
Monarch – 5″
Winter Park – 5″
Aspen Highlands – 5″
Howelsen Hill – 5″
Aspen Mountain – 3″
Arapahoe Basin – 3″
Buttermilk – 3″

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Roxborough Park – 8″
Far SW Littleton – 6″
Coal Creek Canyon – 4.9″
SW Lone Tree – 4.8″
Littleton (Columbine West) – 4″
South Denver – 4″
Walden – 3.6″
Centennial – 3.5″
SE Parker – 3″
Nederland – 3″
SE Greeley – 2.7″
West Greeley – 2.5″
SE Aurora – 2.5″
Superior – 2.5″
Battlement Mesa – 2.3″
NW of Gunnison – 2″
Estes Park – 2″
NW of Brush – 1″
Brush – 0.7″

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Shaffers Crossing – 12″
Perry Park – 7″
Crescent Village – 5″
Maysville – 4.8″
Westminster – 4.5″
Bailey – 4.3″
Aspen Park – 4.2″
Louisville – 4.1″
Evergreen – 4″
Nederland – 4″
Centennial – 4″
Manila Village – 3.5″
Arvada – 3″
Lakewood – 2.5″
Beulah – 2.5″
SE Fort Collins – 2.3″
Englewood – 1.8″
Florissant – 1.6″
Aspen Springs – 1.5″

Chris Spears