Colorado snow totals for Nov. 23-24, 2020 storm

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DENVER – Rain turned to snow overnight in the metro area and fell in heavy bands Tuesday morning – particularly along the metro-area I-70 corridor.

Winter weather advisories remain in effect for much of the metro area, the Palmer Divide, mountains and Western Slope through at least noon, when the snow is expected to taper off as it moves to the southeast.

Road conditions made for slow-moving traffic on Tuesday morning, and crashes closed several portions of highways across the Denver area and mountains.

Here are the latest snow totals from the National Weather Service as of 10:15 a.m. Tuesday. These totals will be updated as the storm continues to move through Colorado.

4 E Camp Bird – 13 inches
7 E Blue River – 12.2 inches
2 SSW Telluride – 12 inches
5 WSW Guanella Pass – 10 inches
Red Mountain Pass – 10 inches
3 WNW Fairplay – 9.5 inches
1 ENE Westminster – 8.2 inches
3 W Arapahoe Park – 8 inches
5 W Berthoud Falls – 7.8 inches
9 SE Weston Pass – 7.8 inche
2 SW Golden – 7.5 inches
2 WSW Lakewood – 7.3 inches
2 NE Arvada – 7 inches
2 NE Westminster – 7 inches
3 SW Meeker Park – 6.7 inches
4 S Longs Peak – 6.7 inches
1 NE Echo Lake – 6.7 inches
1 NNW Arvada – 6.7 inches
3 N Bailey – 6.7 inches
2 WW Northglenn – 6.6 inches
3 W Westminster – 6.5 inches
3 WNW Arvada – 6.4 inches
4 W Arvada – 6.1 inches
1 NE Brookvale – 6 inches
Aspen Springs – 6 inches
1 NNW Golden – 6 inches
Gunnison – 6 inches
5 W Aspen Park – 5.8 inches
2 NE Northglenn – 5.8 inches
1 SSW Rollinsville – 5.7 inches
3 S Brainard Lake – 5.5 inches
3 SW Ward – 5.5 inches
3 NNE Mount Audubon – 5.5 inches
Meeker Park – 5.5 inches
8 SSE Rand – 5.5 inches
1 NNW Cameron Pass – 5.5 inches
1 SSE Loveland Pass – 5.5 inches
2 ESE Allenspark – 5.3 inches
5 E Jamestown – 5.3 inches
2 W Northglenn – 5.3 inches
2 SSW Aurora – 5.3 inches
Nederland – 5.1 inche
1 SW Westminster – 5.1 inches
3 W Aspen Park – 5.1 inches
1 WNW Mountain View – 5 inches
2 SW Lakewood – 5 inches
1 NNW Aspen Park – 5 inches
Brush – 5 inches
2 E Denver – 5 inches
Sheridan – 5 inches
2 SE Mountain View – 5 inches
1 ESE Silverthorne – 5 inches
2 WSW Parker – 4.9 inches
Kittredge – 4.8 inches
1 NE Sunshine – 4.8 inches
2 NNE Shaffers Crossing – 4.7 inches
6 NNW Silverthorne – 4.7 inches
2 SSE Tabernash – 4.7 inches
3 N Pinecliffe – 4.6 inches
3 W Arvada – 4.6 inches
Wah Keeney Park – 4.6 inches
3 N Cherry Creek Reservoir – 4.6 inches
2 NW Boulder – 4.5 inches
3 WSW Westminster – 4.5 inches
4 ESE Foxfield – 4.5 inches
5 SSE Arapahoe Park – 4.5 inches
4 NNW Aurora – 4.5 inches
Denver – 4.5 inches
2 SSW Silverthorne – 4.5 inches
5 SSW Glendevey – 4.4 inches
3 WNW Alma – 4.4 inches
10 NNE Silverthorne – 4.4 inche
4 SE Mount Zirkel – 4.4 inches
2 S Estes Park – 4.3 inches
1 S Evergreen – 4.2 inches
2 E Broomfield – 4.2 inches
2 E Crisman – 4 inches
2 WNW Estes Park – 4 inches
1 WNW Boulder – 4 inches
Iliff – 4 inches
1 SE Todd Creek – 4 inches
5 S Barr Lake – 4 inches
3 E Denver – 4 inches
5 SE Commerce City – 4 inches
2 ESE Lakewood – 4 inches
2 NNW Highlands Ranch – 4 inches
Molas Pass – 4 inches
2 NE Rollinsville – 3.8 inches
1 W Boulder – 3.8 inches
2 ESE Denver – 3.8 inches
Sterling – 3.7 inches
2 N Ken Caryl – 3.7 inches
1 SE Boulder – 3.6 inches
2 W Boulder – 3.6 inches
NWS Boulder – 3.6 inches
2 SSW Elkdale – 3.6 inches
4 ESE Denver – 3.5 inches
3 SW Federal Heights – 3.5 inches
1 NW Sheridan – 3.5 inches
2 E Highlands Ranch – 3.5 inches
3 NW Columbine – 3.5 inches
Coal Bank Pass – 3.5 inches
1 NW Broomfield – 3.4 inches
9 SE Cameron Pass – 3.3 inches
1 NW Pinewood Springs – 3.3 inches
9 SS Gould – 3.3 inches
Frisco – 3.2 inches
3 NNW Horsetooth Mountain – 3 inches
1 WNW Louisville – 3 inches
3 ESE Lone Tree – 3 inches
1 S Greeley – 2.8 inches
1 E Sterling – 2.8 inches
1 NE Littleton – 2.5 inches
Castle Rock – 2.5 inches
2 SW Niwot – 2.3 inches
3 WNW Pingree Park – 2.2 inches
7 E Virginia Dale – 2.2 inches
6 NE Nunn – 2 inches
4 NE Firestone – 2 inches
2 ESE Buckley AFB – 2 inches
2 NW Frederick – 1.6 inches
Platner – 1.5 inches
7 SE Cherokee Park – 1.5 inches
7 NW Red Feather Lakes – 1.1 inches
Williams Fork Reservoir – 1 inch
4 SSW Mead – 0.9 inches
Campion – 0.6 inches
2 SE Timnath – 0.5 inches
1 SE Fort Collins – 0.4 inches
1 SE Waverly – 0.1 inches

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