Updated Mar 15, 2024 - News

Denver snow totals: Where the winter storm has hit the hardest

Jorge Perera shovels snow at the corner of Broadway and 1st Avenue in Denver on Thursday. Photo: Hyoung Chang/The Denver Post

Denver is getting walloped with a major late-winter snowstorm.

By the numbers: Here are the latest 48-hour snow totals for the Denver metro area through 7am Friday.

  • Nederland, 53 inches
  • Eldora, 46 inches
  • Genesee, 46 inches
  • Manitou Springs, 40
  • Conifer, 40 inches
  • Estes Park, 36 inches
  • Brainard Lake, 34 inches
  • Evergreen, 32 inches
  • Roxborough Park, 30 inches
  • Divide, 30 inches
  • Cripple Creek, 29 inches
  • Loveland Pass, 27 inches
  • Golden, 26 inches
  • Lone Tree, 25 inches
  • Conifer, 24 inches
  • Ken Caryl, 22 inches
  • Broomfield, 21 inches
  • Castle Rock, 21 inches
  • Southwest Boulder, 21 inches
  • Colorado Springs, 18 inches
  • Highlands Ranch, 18 inches
  • Wheat Ridge, 16 inches
  • Centennial, 15 inches
  • Lakewood, 14 inches
  • Aurora, 14 inches
  • Denver, 11 inches
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