Colorado, Denver snow totals from Christmas storm

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Snow totals for eastern Colorado and the mountains.

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DENVER — Snow totals from the Christmas Day storm in Colorado are coming into the National Weather Service.

Most areas in the Denver Metro area received between 3 to 4 inches of snow. Areas near the foothills got upwards of 6 inches of snow.

LINK: See snow reports from Colorado

Areas down south and to the east saw much less snow. Colorado Springs reports ranged from 1 inch to a trace.

The mountains received as much as 10 inches or more, which was welcome news for ski resorts. Beaver Creek reported getting 16 inches of snow and Vail got 8 inches.

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