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Snowfall totals from March 23 blizzard

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DENVER — Final snowfall totals from the National Weather Service from the blizzard that hit the Denver metro area on March 23.

Allenspark: 16.2 inches

Arvada: 16.5 inches

Aspen Springs: 16 inches

Aurora: 25 inches

Bennett: 15 inches

Bergen Park: 18.5 inches

Berthoud: 16 inches

Black Hawk: 8 inches

Boulder: 24.8 inches

Brighton: 14 inches

Brookvale: 11 inches

Broomfield: 27 inches

Castle Pines: 15.8 inches

Castle Rock: 17 inches

Centennial: 12 inches

Cheesman Reservoir: 7 inches

Conifer: 22 inches

Dacono: 18.8 inches

Denver: 19.5 inches

Denver International Airport: 13.1 inches (official reporting station for Denver)

Englewood: 19 inches

Erie: 25 inches

Estes Park: 8 inches

Evergreen: 20.5 inches

Fairplay: 2.1 inches

Federal Heights: 21 inches

Firestone: 18 inches

Fort Collins: 11 inches

Fraser: 5 inches

Frederick: 18 inches

Genesee: 24 inches

Gold Hill: 20 inches

Greeley: 4.7 inches

Highlands Ranch: 16 inches

Hygiene: 13 inches

Idledale: 26 inches

Jamestown: 27 inches

Kittredge: 16.5 inches

Lafayette: 21 inches

Littleton: 13.5 inches

Longmont: 14 inches

Louisville: 20.1 inches

Loveland: 12.5 inches

Mead: 18 inches

Monument: 9 inches

Nederland: 23.5 inches

Niwot: 24 inches

Northglenn: 20 inches

Parker: 20.2 inches

Perry Park: 16.5 inches

Pinecliffe: 31.5 inches

Ponderosa Park: 20 inches

Roxborough Park: 6 inches

Rustic: 4 inches

Strasburg: 6 inches

Thornton: 21.7 inches

Tiny Town: 13 inches

Virginia Dale: 14 inches

Wellington: 11 inches

Westminster: 24 inches

Wheat Ridge: 18.2 inches

Winter Park: 5.5 inches