Colorado snow totals for March 13

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A snowstorm that rolled into Colorado early Saturday morning dropped several inches of snow in the Pikes Peak region and across the state—and more was expected in a second wave of snow expected overnight into Sunday.

As of 10 p.m. Saturday, Colorado Springs had seen 1.5 inches. Five inches was reported in Black Forest, 2 inches was reported in Manitou Springs, 2.8 inches was reported in Falcon, 6 inches was reported in Monument, and both Security and Fountain had seen an inch of snow by Saturday night. 

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Here’s a look at more snow totals in Colorado, as reported by the National Weather Service: 

Arvada – 2.7 inches 

Aspen Springs – 6.1 inches 

Aurora – 2.1 inches 

Barr Lake -7 inches 

Berthoud – 4.5 inches 

Black Forest – 5 inches 

Boulder -3.9 inches 

Castle Rock – 3 inches 

Colorado Springs – 1.5 inches 

Denver – 3.3 inches 

DIA – 4.5 inches 

Echo Lake – 6 inches

Edgewater – 2 inches 

Elizabeth – 3.3 inches 

Estes Park 3.3 inches 

Evergreen – 3.5 inches 

Falcon – 2.8 inches

Florrisant – 1.1 inches

Fort Collins – 3 inches

Fountain – 1 inch

Foxfield – 3.5 inches

Genesee – 6 inches

Lone Tree – 2.9 inches

Loveland – 3.4 inches

Manitou Springs – 2 inches

Maysville – 9 inches

Meeker Park – 5 inches 

Monument – 6 inches 

Nederland – 8 inches 

Peterson Air Force Base  – 3 inches 

Ponderosa Park – 3 inches 

Rye – 7 inches

Security – 1 inch 

Westcliffe – 6 inches

Weston Pass –  9 inches