Snow totals for Feb. 24-25, 2021 storm: Parts of Denver metro see more than a foot

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DENVER – The overnight storm dumped more than a foot of snow across many parts of the Denver metro area Wednesday night into Thursday morning.

The area was upgraded to a winter storm warning Tuesday night, and snow totals Wednesday morning showed more than 14 inches of snow fell in parts of Denver, Jefferson and Douglas counties.

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Below, you can find snow totals for the Feb. 24-25, 2021, snowstorm via reports to the National Weather Service as of 11:45 a.m. Thursday. This story will be updated as more snow reports come in:

Englewood – 16.3 inches
2 SW Cherry Hills Village – 15.6 inches
Littleton – 15.2 inches
1 N Englewood – 15.2 inches
4 ESE Denver – 15 inches
3 WSW Highlands Ranch – 14.5 inches
2 ENE Littleton – 14.2 inches
1 SE Highlands Ranch – 14.2 inches
1 NE Littleton – 14 inches
3 E Denver – 14 inches
2 ESE Denver – 14 inches
2 NE Englewood – 14 inches
3 NNE Englewood – 14 inches
3 SW Highlands Ranch – 13.5 inches
3 N Cherry Creek Reservoir – 13.2 inches
1 ESE Thornton – 13.2 inches
2 SSE Kittredge – 13.1 inches
4 NNE Cherry Hills Village – 13 inches
2 E Denver – 12.8 inches
4 E Denver – 12 inches
5 SE Commerce City – 12 inches
1 NW Sheridan – 12 inches
2 SW Chatfield Reservoir – 12 inches
3 NW Louisville – 12 inches
Kassler – 12 inches
2 SW Colorado Springs – 12 inches
1 SW Columbine – 11.8 inches
5 S Manila Village – 11.8 inches
2 NE Northglenn – 11.6 inches
2 SSW Aurora – 11.5 inches
Denver Stapleton – 1.4 inches
6 N Westminster – 11.2 inches
2 SW Golden – 11.2 inches
1 WNW Northglenn – 11.1 inches
1 NE Wheat Ridge – 11 inches
2 W Columbine – 11 inches
1 SW Westminster – 11 inches
Denver – 10.8 inches
4 NNW Aurora – 10.5 inches
3 NNW Sheridan – 10.5 inches
1 ENE Arvada – 10.5 inches
2 NE Cherry Hills Village – 10.2 inches
1 E Edgewater – 10 inches
1 ENE Mountain View – 10 inches
Lone Tree – 10 inches
2 SSW Rocky Flats – 10 inches
2 WSW Colorado Springs – 10 inches
1 WNW Eldorado Springs – 9.8 inches
1 ESE Lafayette – 9.6 inches
2 WSW Lakewood – 9.5 inches
3 SSW Niwot – 9.5 inches
1 WNW Louisville – 9.5 inches
1 NNW Genesee – 9.5 inches
2 ESE Buckley AFB – 9.4 inches
1 ENE Ken Caryl – 9.3 inches
4 ESE Falcon – 9.3 inches
1 NW Broomfield – 9.1 inches
3 WSW Strasburg – 9 inches
3 N Foxfield – 9 inches
3 SSW Boulder – 9 inches
1 SSW Crescent Village – 9 inches
1 ESE Manitou Springs – 9 inches
2 E Sunshine – 8.8 inches
2 NNW Golden – 8.8 inches
2 NNW Marshall – 8.6 inches
1 SE Todd Creek – 9.5 inches
1 NW Yoder – 8.5 inches
4 W Arvada – 8.5 inches
6 SSE La Veta Pass – 8.5 inches
1 ENE Lakewood – 8.3 inches
5 NNW Peterson AFB – 8.2 inches
Buckhorn Mountain – 8.2 inches
4 SE Evergreen – 8.1 inches
Arvada – 8 inches
5 ESE Erie – 8 inches
Peyton – 8 inches
Lafayette – 8 inches
3 WNW Aspen Park – 8 inches
7 SE Cherokee Park – 8 inches
3 NNE Pleasant View – 7.8 inches
Calhan – 7.5 inches
1 W Firestone – 7.2 inches
2 SSW Kittredge – 7.1 inches
3 SSE Hygiene – 7 inches
Brighton – 7 inches
Firestone – 7 inches
Longmont – 6.5 inches
Security – 6.5 inches
3 NNE Pinecliffe – 6.4 inches
2 SW Ellicott – 6.3 inches
2 WNW Erie – 6 inches
Gross Reservoir – 6 inches
4 S Black Forest – 6 inches
3 NNW Horsetooth Mountain – 6 inches
4 SSW Mead – 5.8 inches
1 ESE Fountain – 5.8 inches
2 SSE Blue Valley – 5.3 inches
3 NNE Monument – 5 inches
Cascade – 5 inches
Aspen Springs – 5 inches
5 NW Campion – 5 inches
The Pinery – 4.9 inches
7 N La Veta – 4.8 inches
3 NNW Campion – 4.7 inches
Fountain – 4.7 inches
2 ESE Divide – 4.5 inches
9 NNE Kiowa – 4.3 inches
1 SW Castle Pines – 4.3 inches
Lyons – 4.3 inches
2 W Owl Canyon – 4.2 inches
5 NW Cripple Creek – 4.2 inches
1 SSW Rollinsville – 4.1 inches
Genoa – 4 inches
2 WSW Byers – 4 inches
2 NE Nederland – 4 inches
3 ENE White Ranch Open Space – 4 inches
2 SE Wilkerson Pass – 4 inches
3 SSE Silver Plume – 4 inches
8 NW Pinon – 4 inches
Woodland Park – 4 inches
2 SSW Wetmore – 4 inches
1 S Laporte – 3.9 inches
Wah Keeney Park – 3.8 inches
2 NE Elizabeth – 3.5 inches
3 WNW Fairplay – 3.4 inches
Bear Lake – 3 inches
Limon – 3 inches
Williams Fork Reservoir – 3 inches
4 NNE Floyd Hill – 3 inches
3 N Alma – 3 inches
1 WNW Fort Collins – 3 inches
Beulah – 3 inches
1 WSW Rosita – 3 inches
Maysville – 2.8 inches
Cheesman Reservoir – 2.5 inches
Karval – 2 inches
7 W Rustic – 2 inches
Walsenburg – 1.8 inches
Wild Horse – 1.5 inches
Dillon – 1 inch
Antero Reservoir – 1 inch