Colorado snow totals for April 16-17, 2015

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Steve Miller

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The following Colorado snow totals have been reported by the National Weather Service for the April 16-17, 2015 storm, as of 10:30 a.m. Friday:

Allenspark — 23 inches
Antero Reservoir — 6 inches
Aspen Springs — 10.5 inches
Aurora — 6 inches
Bailey — 11.4 inches
Bergen Park — 7 inches
Black Hawk — 24.5 inches
Boulder — 3.7 inches
Breckenridge — 2.7 inches
Brookvale — 8 inches
Broomfield — 5.1 inches
Buckhorn Mountain — 28.3 inches
Central City — 6 inches
Cheesman Reservoir — 6.5 inches
Conifer — 22.2 inches
Denver — 1.5 inches
Denver International Airport — 4.1 inches
Dillon — 2.5 inches
Eldorado Springs — 6.2 inches
Elizabeth — 10 inches
Estes Park — 17.4 inches
Evergreen — 18 inches
Fairplay — 6.3 inches
Federal Heights — 4 inches
Franktown — 9.5 inches
Fort Collins — 2 inches
Four Corners — 5 inches
Genesee — 22.3 inches
Golden — 24 inches
Grant — 10 inches
Greeley — 1.1 inches
Hereford — 2 inches
Highlands Ranch — 8.5 inches
Idledale — 10.3 inches
Jamestown — 16.2 inches
Kassler — 6 inches
Lake George — 3 inches
Lakewood — 3 inches
Lafayette — 1.8 inches
Livermore — 20 inches
Longmont — 1.5 inches
Louisville — 3 inches
Nederland — 21 inches
Northglenn — 3.4 inches
Parker — 8 inches
Pinecliffe — 14 inches
Pingree Park — 18 inches
Roxborough Park — 12.7 inches
Tabernash — 5 inches
Thornton — 4 inches
Tiny Town — 17.5 inches
Virginia Dale — 8 inches
Wellington — 1 inch
Westminster — 3 inches
Wheat Ridge — 4.1 inches
Williams Fork Reservoir — 8 inches
 

John Farley

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As of late this afternoon, 52 inches in Sand Creek Park in Larimer County, up near the Wyoming state line. And 150 miles west of there, near Craig, CO, two funnel clouds and a damaging microburst. 200 miles east, in Yuma County, CO, two or three tornadoes. All of these reports are from today. Nothing quite like Colorado weather!
 
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Certainly is interesting. I was chasing wednesday out east...then white knuckling the blizzard conditions on my way home from Denver on thursday evening. Then went out last night after lightning.

Love it!
 

S Poling

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A few days out, I believe the ECMWF had the low tracking further southeast, with QPF over 1.5" in central/southern CO high plains (including C.Springs). Amazing how this system changed in the models throughout the days prior.