Who Got the Most Snow in Colorado?

It seems early, but we are just about on target for the average first snow in most of Colorado, as the 2017 Columbus Day snowstorm is the first of the season. 

Nederland, Colorado will remember it the most as they saw 10 inches, more than anywhere else in the state. 

According to the National Weather Service, here are totals from some other Colorado cities: 

Arvada: 7 inches

Aurora: 6 inches

Bailey: 6.3 inches

Bergen Park: 6 inches

Boulder: 5.7 inches

Brighton: 2 inches

Broomfield: 7.1  inches

Castle Rock: 1 inch

Conifer: 9.3 inches

Denver International Airport: 2.5 inches

Echo Lake: 5 inches

Eldorado Springs: 5.8 inches

Englewood: 0.5 inches

Erie: 3.5 inches

Estes Park: 6.5 inches

Evergreen: 4 inches

Federal Heights: 3 inches

Firestone: 1 inch

Fort Collins: 1 inch

Genesee: 11.2 inches

Georgetown: 1.7 inches

Idledale: 10 inches

Kittredge: 5 inches

Lafayette: 1 inch

Lakewood: 1 inch

Littleton: 2 inches

Longmont: 2.7 inches

Louisville: 5.8 inches

Loveland Pass: 3 inches

Lyons: 2 inches

Mead: 2 inches

Nederland: 10 inches

Niwot: 3.5 inches

Northglenn: 3.8 inches

Parker: 4 inches

Red Feather Lakes: 8 inches

Roxborough Park: 2.8 inches

Thornton: 4 inches

Tiny Town: 6 inches

Virginia Dale: 5 inches

Ward: 5 inches

Westminster: 4.9 inches

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