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Snowfall totals from April 16-17 storm

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DENVER — The Front Range was hit with a powerful spring snowstorm on Thursday that spilled into Friday. How much snow fell, according to the National Weather Service.

The winner so far for this storm was Sand Creek Park which is in Larimer County right on the Colorado-Wyoming border. A spotter reported 52 inches of snow, 37 inches of which fell from Thursday to Friday nights.

The updated official totals as of Friday afternoon.

Allenspark: 23 inches

Antero Junction: 18 inches

Arvada: 2.5 inches

Aurora: 4.7 inches

Bailey: 14 inches

Black Hawk: 24.5 inches

Boulder: 3.7 inches

Broomfield: 5.1 inches

Buckhorn Mountain: 28.3 inches

Castle Rock 10.7 inches

Centennial: 2.5 inches

Conifer: 24.1 inches

Denver International Airport: 4.1 inches

Eldorado Springs: 6.2 inches

Elizabeth: 10 inches

Estes Park: 16.5 inches

Evergreen: 18 inches

Fairplay: 9 inches

Federal Heights: 4 inches

Fort Collins: 2 inches

Franktown: 9.5 inches

Genesee: 22.3 inches

Highlands Ranch: 8.5 inches

Jamestown: 16.2 inches

Lafayette: 1.8 inches

Lakewood: 3 inches

Leadville: 7.9 inches

Longmont: 1.5 inches

Louisville: 3 inches

Indian Hills: 17.5 inches

Nederland: 21 inches

Northglenn: 3.3 inches

Parker: 8 inches

Pine: 7.5 inches

Pinecliffe: 14 inches

Roxborough Park: 12.7 inches

Sand Creek Park: 52 inches

Thornton: 4 inches

Tiny Town: 17.5 inches

Westminster: 3 inches

Wheat Ridge: 4.1 inches

Winter Park: 13 inches

Wellington: 1 inch

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