Snowfall totals vary widely from Feb. 23 storm

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Snow in Coal Creek Canyon on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2016. (Viewer submitted)

DENVER — In a classic Colorado upslope storm, snowfall totals varied wildly from Denver to the foothills in Tuesday’s storm, according to National Weather Service readings.

While only 1.5 inches were recorded in Denver, some places in the foothills got up to 1 foot or more of snow.

The readings as of 10 a.m.:

Allenspark: 13 inches

Antero Reservoir: 4 inches

Arvada: 2 inches

Bailey: 4.5 inches

Bergen Park: 10.7 inches

Black Hawk: 15.5 inches

Boulder: 5.2 inches

Brookvale: 9 inches

Buckhorn Mountain: 8.2 inches

Cheesman Reservoir: 4 inches

Conifer: 14 inches

Denver: 1.5 inches

Drake: 2.5 inches

Estes Park: 4.2 inches

Evergreen: 11.5 inches

Fairplay: 0.5 inches

Genesee: 12 inches

Georgetown: 8.8 inches

Grant: 9 inches

Horsetooth Mountain: 4.5 inches

Kassler: 4 inches

Lakewood: 0.8 inches

Livermore: 1.5 inches

Longmont: 1 inch

Loveland: 4 inches

Nederland: 15 inches

Niwot: 1.5 inches

Northglenn: 1.4 inches

Perry Park: 6 inches

Pinecliffe: 20.5 inches

Pingree Park: 14 inches

Rustic: 6.5 inches

Superior: 3.6 inches

Thornton: 0.8 inches

Tiny Town: 7 inches

Virginia Dale: 0.5 inches

Ward: 14.6 inches

Westminster: 2.2 inches

Wheat Ridge: 3.8 inches

Winter Park: 3 inches

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