Colorado snow totals (so far) as storm moves through Denver area

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DENVER – Denver’s snowless December finally came to an end this weekend. The city and surrounding areas saw our first measurable snow of the month, just in time to continue a streak of December snow that dates back to 1905.

About 3-5 inches was expected across Denver before the storm clears out late Saturday night. (The mountains were enjoying the snow, too – Telluride Ski Resort reported 15 inches from Friday morning to Saturday morning.)

Full forecast: Snow cold and windy in Denver on Saturday

The early snow reports Saturday were at or nearing that range. Below are some of the latest snow totals, in inches, from across the state, via the National Weather Service’s reporting stations. Many of these were as of 7 a.m., when snow was still falling across the Front Range.

Telluride: 15
Silverton: 10.4
6 SW Coal Bank Pass: 9.5
5 WSW Durango: 5.7
Dinosaur: 5.7
1 NNW Steamboat Springs: 4.2
1 SW Westminster: 4.1
1 NNW Louisville: 4
2 NE Westminster: 3.5
3 SSW Niwot: 3.2
1 W Northglenn: 3.1
1 WNW Louisville: 3
1 NNW Lafayette: 3
3 WNW Arvada: 3
1 NW Federal Heights: 3
1 SE Waverly: 3
3 E Loveland: 3
2 SE Mountain View: 2.8
2 E Longmont: 2.7
2 SSW Boulder: 2.5
2 E Greeley: 2.5
Columbine: 2.2
2 SW Lakewood: 2.1
1 N Englewood: 2
3 NW Fort Collins: 2
5 SSE Commerce City: 1.9
3 W Arvada: 1.8
2 NNW Highlands Ranch: 1.6
3 E Downtown Denver: 1.5
2 WNW Castle Pines: 1.5
4 ESE Downtown Denver: 1.4
Longmont: 1
4 NNW Aurora: 1
1 NW Lone Tree: 1
2 W Aurora: 0.9

Go here for the full list of snowfall reports from around Colorado