DENVER (CBS4) – A fast-moving but potent snowstorm moved into Colorado’s Front Range late Wednesday afternoon. Snow quickly developed and became heavy at times after sunset and through the overnight hours.

A man wears shorts while cleaning off his car in Louisville. (credit: CBS)

The storm created some tough driving conditions early Thursday with numerous reports of vehicles sliding off the roads. On and off ramps were particularly rough with several inches of snow piled up in the transition lanes.

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Snow Totals From CBS4 Weather Watchers

East of Conifer – 13″ (Bambi Moss)
Denver’s Congress Park Neighborhood – 12.2″ (John Lamicq)
SW Denver – 12″ (Nicole Bessey)
Thornton – 12″ (Danny J Martinez)
Broomfield – 11.5″ (David Antosiak)
Littleton (Columbine West) – 11″ (Pam Bostwick)
Westminster – 9.5″ (Dan Wolfe)
SW Lone Tree – 9.5″ (Ron Hranac)
Sedalia – 9.3″ (Mardi Chase)
NE Thornton – 8.9″ (Jeff Neufer)
LoDo Denver – 8.5″ (Jonn McKee)
NW of Boulder – 8.4″ (Melinda Leach)
Foxfield – 8″ (Lori Finch)
Central Broomfield – 8″ (Andrew Bilder)
Lakewood – 8″ (Ward Atwell)
Denver’s Lowry Neighborhood – 8″ (Richard Harvey)
SW Lakewood – 7.5″ (George Smith)
Federal Heights – 7.5″ (Randall Schwanke)
Rist Canyon – 7.5″ (Jim Bruce)
Coal Creek Canyon – 6.6″ (John Baich)
Brighton – 6″ (Tammy Smith)
S of Evergreen – 6″ (Kris Dougherty)
N. Colorado Springs – 4.9″ (Steve Bennett)
Conifer – 4″ (Kim Williams)
NW Castle Rock – 2.6″ (Hope Bloom)
Wellington – 1.8″ (Bryan Ehrlich)
Severance – 0.1″ (Jim Weindorf)

CBS4 Weather Watcher Andrew Bilder reported 8″ of snow at 6:30 a.m. in Central Broomfield. (credit: Andrew Bilder)

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Snow Totals Reported To The National Weather Service in Boulder

16.3″ – Englewood
15.6″ – 2 miles SW of Cherry Hills Village
15.2″ – 1 mile N of Englewood
15.2″ – Littleton
15″ – 4 miles ESE of Denver
14.5″ – 3 miles WSW of Highlands Ranch
14.2″ – 2 miles ENE of Littleton
14.2″ – 1 mile SE of Highlands Ranch
14″ – 3 miles E of Denver
14″ – 2 miles ESE of Denver
13.5″ – 3 miles ENE of Highlands Ranch
13.2″ – 1 mile SE of Littleton
13.2″ – 3 miles N of Cherry Creek State Park
13.2″ – 1 mile ESE of Thornton
13″ – 1 mile ESE of Littleton
12.8″ – 2 miles ESE of Federal Heights
12.8″ – 1 mile NNE of Highlands Ranch
12.5″ – 1 mile ESE of Ken Caryl
12″ – 1 mile E of Chatfield Reservoir
12″ – 5 miles ENE of Cherry Hills Village
11.5″ – 3 miles WSW of Aurora
11.4″ – Denver Stapleton/Central Park
11″ – 1 mile SW of Westminster
11″ – 1 mile NNW of Federal Heights
10.5″ – CBS4 Outdoor Weather Lab
9″ – 3 miles WSW of Strasburg
9″ – 3 miles NNE of Foxfield
9.8″ – 1 mile WNW of Eldorado Springs
9.6″ – 1 mile ESE of Lafayette
9.6″ – Denver International Airport
9.5″ – 1 mile NNW of Genesee
9.4″ – 1 mile NNW of Louisville
9.2″ – 2 miles WSW of Northglenn
8.8″ – 3 miles SSW of Boulder
8″ – 3 miles SW of Arapahoe Park
8″ – 4 miles W of Conifer
8″ – Arvada
5.8″ – 2 miles N of Longmont
5.5″ – 5 miles S of Barr Lake
3.9″ – 1 mile NNE of Evergreen
3.5″ – 2 miles NNE Shaffers Crossing
3″ – 1 mile WNW of Ponderosa Park
3″ – 1 mile NNW of Loveland
2.6″ – 3 miles SSW of Castle Pines
1.8″ – Wellington
0.9″ – 1 mile S of Greeley

(credit: CBS4)

Chris Spears