DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado’s 2020-2021 snow season is entering the home stretch with March and April to go, which are historically two of the snowiest months in the state. Some years bring a few late snowfall events during May. The following snow totals are through the end of February for selected locations around Colorado.

Photo taken snow covered cars near the corner of Bayaud Ave. and Grant St. in Denver on Thursday. (Photo by Hyoung Chang/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images)

Source: National Weather Service

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Steamboat Springs (0.7 miles ESE) – 130.7″
Silverthorne (1 mile NNE) – 73.5″
Conifer (5 miles NW) – 70.5″
Nederland (3 miles E) – 69.3″
Monument Hill (0.5 miles S) – 65.2″
Genesee – 64.1″
Conifer (3 miles N) – 63.3″
Black Forest (3.8 miles W) – 62.2″
Parker (7 miles E) – 50″
Evergreen (Bear Mountain) – 48.8″
Crow Hill (1 mile NE) – 48.1″
Ken Caryl – 47.7″
Northglenn – 45.1″
Niwot – 42.9″
Lone Tree (1.5 miles SSE) – 40.5″
Loveland (2 miles N) – 40.2″
NE Bailey – 40″
Thornton – 38″
Aurora – 35.1″
North Longmont – 34.9″
Firestone (1 mile W) – 34.3″
Denver International Airport – 33.6″
Longmont (2 miles SE) – 32.6″
Fort Collins – 31.5″
Greeley (3 miles W) – 29.2″
Horse Creek (1 mile W, Adams County) – 26.4″

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Wolf Creek – 285″
Winter Park – 227″
Steamboat – 200″
Vail – 183″
Breckenridge – 182″
Beaver Creek – 177″
Telluride – 172″
Loveland – 169″
Monarch – 165″
Arapahoe Basin – 159.5″
Keystone – 153″
Crested Butte – 153″
Purgatory – 148″
Cooper – 145″
Copper Mountain – 144″
Sunlight – 132″
Eldora – 102″

Source: CoCoRaHS Network

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Cedaredge (10.5 miles NNW) – 235.5″
Fort Garland (13.3 miles E) – 179.2″
Crested Butte (6.2 miles N) – 162.9″
Walden (16.3 miles WSW) – 136.5″
Rockwood (6.9 miles NNW) – 133.8″
Steamboat Springs (1.1 miles E) – 131.1″
Steamboat Springs (0.7 miles ESE) – 130.7″
Ouray (0.23 miles NNW) – 126.9″
La Veta (7.7 miles W) – 125″
Ouray (0.1 miles SE) – 118.4″
Silverthorne (2.1 miles WSW) – 115.4″
Westcliffe (6.2 miles W) – 96.2″
Vail (0.9 miles WNW) – 96″
Vail (2.6 miles E) – 92.3″
Redstone (1.2 miles SW) – 92.2″
Placerville (3.6 miles E) – 91.1″
Pitkin (1.1 miles SW) – 90.2″
Pagosa Springs (9.1 miles NNW) – 89.1″
Bayfield (7 miles N) – 88.7″
Nederland (0.47 miles SE) – 88.5″
Ward (4.6 miles NE) – 81.4″
Dolores (16.8 miles ENE) – 81.2″
Buena Vista (4 miles WNW) – 80.6″
Rye (2 miles ESE) – 80.5″
Golden (12.5 miles NW) – 80.2″
Virginia Dale (7.2 miles SSW) – 78.6″
Rollinsville (1.1 miles SSW) – 77.6″
Walsenburg (11.5 miles W) – 76.9″
Leadville (1.4 miles WNW) – 76.2″
South Fork (0.6 miles S) – 75.4″
Colorado City (1.6 miles W) – 73.4″
Fairplay (2.7 miles WNW) – 72.8″
Kittredge (2.5 miles SSE) – 72.5″
Guffey (5.5 miles W) – 70.6″
Powderhorn (4.4 miles NNE) – 70.4″
Basalt (5.8 miles E) – 67.8″
Aguilar (7.2 miles WSW) – 67.6″
Allenspark (2.3 miles N) – 67″
Yampa (5.1 miles S) – 66.7″
Palmer Lake (0.3 miles W) – 66.6″
Carbondale (10 miles S) – 65.7″
Salida (9.1 miles NW) – 65.1″
Frisco (0.5 miles N) – 65″
Maysville (2.2 miles NE) – 64″
Granby (7.7 miles N) – 63.9″
Golden (1.6 miles SW) – 63.4″
Cotopaxi (4.8 miles SSE) – 63.2″
Durango (4.8 miles WSW) – 63″
Jamestown (2.5 miles SSE) – 62.4″
Boulder (1.4 miles W) – 62.3″
Conifer (3.9 miles SE) – 61.2″
Hesperus (4.9 miles SE) – 58.9″
Golden (11.8 miles NW) – 58.2″
Boulder (1.6 miles S) – 57.1″
Golden (4.8 miles NW) – 57.1″
Glenwood Springs (2.7 miles SSE) – 56.9″
Gunnison (6.6 miles N) – 56.5″
Aspen Park (2.8 miles NNE) – 56.2″
Bonanza (6.6 miles S) – 56.2″
Heeney (0.5 miles NW) – 54.7″
Evergreen (6.5 miles WSW) – 54.6″
Trinidad (1.9 miles ENE) – 54.4″
Crestone (1.2 miles SSE) – 53.8″
Ken Caryl (0.6 miles WSW) – 53.7″
Littleton (5.7 miles SW) – 53.5″
Lake George (7.5 miles WSW) – 52.4″
La Porte (10 miles NNW) – 52″
Mancos (6.7 miles ESE) – 52″
Fort Collins (2.8 miles W) – 51.3″
Loveland (4 miles W) – 50.6″
Red Feather Lakes (3.8 miles ENE) – 50.6″
Evergreen (4.2 miles SSE) – 50″
Florissant (4.8 miles NNE) – 49.7″
Crawford (3.6 miles SW) – 49.6″
Pueblo (17 miles W) – 49.4″
Estes Park (1.8 miles S) – 49.2″
Highlands Ranch (3 miles WSW) – 49″
Colorado Springs (13.9 miles NNE) – 48″
Conifer (3.2 miles SW) – 47.8″
Livermore (9.9 miles WSW) – 47.4″
Arvada (3.5 miles WNW) – 47.3″
Cripple Creek (5.1 miles NW) – 47″
Bellvue (5.9 miles W) – 46.8″
Capulin (2.9 miles ENE) – 46.5″
Perry Park (3.7 miles ESE) – 46.4″
Cheraw (0.15 miles NNE) – 46.3″
Lyons (6.4 miles NW) – 46.1″
Monte Vista (10.8 miles SW) – 45.9″
Wheat Ridge (1.2 miles ENE) – 45.7″
Castle Rock (1.7 miles E) – 45.6″
Del Norte (2.5 miles ENE) – 45.3″
Sedalia (3.5 miles SSE) – 45.2″
Denver (2.1 miles ESE) – 45.1″
Nathrop (1.9 miles WSW) – 45″
Lakewood (2.2 miles ESE) – 45″
Denver (9.4 miles S) – 44.8″
Westminster (2.3 miles SSE) – 44.7″
Dove Creek (12.4 miles SSW) – 42.7″
Divide (5.2 miles SSW) – 42.7″
Aurora (2.7 miles WSW) – 42″
Estes Park (1.7 miles WNW) – 41.8″
Lafayette (0.4 miles WSW) – 41.3″
Castle Pines (2.1 miles N) – 41.2″
Englewood (1.4 miles N) – 41.1″
Drake (4.7 miles SSE) – 40.9″
Thornton (2.1 miles N) – 40.8″
Manitou Springs (1.2 miles ESE) – 40.8″
Chatfield Dam (2 miles NW) – 40.8″
Broomfield (0.9 miles SSW) – 40.6″
Fowler (27.4 miles SSW) – 40.2″
Pueblo West (3.4 miles SSW) – 40.2″
Colorado Springs (3 miles S) – 40.1″
Littleton (6.4 miles W) – 40″
Lyons (1.8 miles N) – 39.8″
Elizabeth (2 miles NNE) – 39.8″
Castle Rock (4.6 miles NNW) – 39.6″
Arvada (1.4 miles NNW) – 39.1″
Windsor (1.2 miles E) – 39″
Niwot (2.2 miles SW) – 38.9″
Denver (Botanic Gardens) – 38.9″
Berthoud (4.4 miles WSW) – 38.9″
Longmont (3.3 miles SW) – 38.8″
Collbran (0.2 miles ESE) – 38.6″
The Pinery (1.2 miles ESE) – 38″
Cherry Creek Reservoir (1.9 miles N) – 37.9″
Saguache (0.4 miles E) – 37.4″
Erie (1.7 miles WNW) – 36.8″
Wellington (3.7 miles WNW) – 36.5″
Hygiene (0.79 miles N) – 36.4″
Franktown (3.6 miles ESE) – 36.2″
Longmont (1.7 miles NNE) – 35.7″
Paonia (2.1 miles SSE) – 35.4″
Foxfield (3.7 miles ESE) – 35.1″
Centennial (6.9 miles E) – 34.6″
Rocky Ford (0.5 miles SSW) – 34″
Peyton (9.2 miles SSW) – 33.5″
Walsenburg (7.9 miles ENE) – 33.5″
Cedaredge (1.3 miles E) – 33.3″
Brighton (2.1 miles NNW) – 32.1″
Louisville (1.2 miles NNW) – 31.9″
Security (2.2 miles NW) – 31.8″
Windsor (3.8 miles WSW) – 31.7″
Alamosa (1.2 miles NE) – 31.6″
Anton (5.8 miles SE) – 31.5″
Nunn (1.2 miles ENE) – 31.5″
La Junta (17.5 miles S) – 31.2″
Ignacio (6.9 miles NW) – 30.9″
Canon City (2.5 miles ENE) – 30.6″
Calhan (3.1 miles N) – 30.5″
Last Chance (6.1 miles N) – 30″
Deer Trail (6.1 miles SW) – 29.7″
Timnath (2.1 miles SE) – 29.6″
Hotchkiss (7.1 miles WNW) – 29.5″
Greeley (1.8 miles N) – 29.4″
De Beque (7.1 miles SSE) – 29.1″
Elbert (4.6 miles SSE) – 29″
Kiowa (12.7 miles ENE) – 28.9″
Penrose (1.2 miles ESE) – 28.8″
Hugo (0.3 miles SSW) – 28.8″
Fort Lupton (7.4 miles NW) – 28.7″
Simla (5.3 miles SSE) – 28.2″
Wray (4.2 miles NNE) – 28.1″
Sterling (1.5 miles SSE) – 28″
Rocky Ford (0.4 miles SE) – 27.6″
Brush (7.3 miles SSE) – 27.3″
Burlington (0.58 miles NE) – 26.8″
Campion (1.8 miles NNE) – 26.5″
Holyoke (0.3 miles WSW) – 26.1″
Pritchett (19.2 miles SW) – 25.9″
Firestone (2.1 miles NNW) – 25.2″
Carr (0.6 miles S) – 25.1″
Rifle (3.2 miles ENE) – 24.1″
Stratton (0.1 miles N) – 24″
Great Sand Dunes (7.6 miles SSW) – 23″
Limon (6.9 miles NE) – 23″
Calhan (5.6 miles S) – 22″
Bennett (10.8 miles SSW) – 21.8″
Karval (9.8 miles WSW) – 21.6″
Otis (5.7 miles W) – 21.6″
Haxtun (0.2 miles N) – 21.1″
Rangely (0.6 miles NNE) – 20.7″
Woodrow (16.8 miles SSE) – 20.4″
Sterling (2.6 miles SSW) – 20.3″
Kersey (4.5 miles E) – 20.2″
Palisade (0.2 miles ENE) – 20.1″
Vernon (7.1 miles S) – 19.9″
Dinosaur (0.3 miles SW) – 18.8″
Hillrose (2.5 miles SSW) – 18″
Kim (8.8 miles SSE) – 16.8″
Illif (8.9 miles NE) – 15.3″
Grand Junction (4.4 miles E) – 14.8″
Eads (0.45 miles E) – 14.6″
Campo (7.8 miles NE) – 13.7″

Chris Spears