Snowfall totals from Thursday’s storm

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DENVER — The first storm of the season brought snow to the Front Range and the mountains on Thursday. It was the first official snow of the season, marking the third latest first snowfall in Denver.

Only 1931 (Nov. 19) and 1934 (Nov. 21) have had later first snowfalls of the season in Denver.

Totals from Thursday’s storm varied from the mountains and the Front Range, according to the National Weather Service.

Allenspark: 8.5 inches

Arvada: 5.7 inches

Bailey: 6 inches

Bergen Park: 5 inches

Black Hawk: 5.2 inches

Boulder: 4 inches

Broomfield: 4 inches

Castle Rock: 2.2 inches

Conifer: 7.6 inches

Denver International Airport: 1.7 inches

Eldorado Springs: 5 inches

Erie: 4 inches

Federal Heights: 2 inches

Fort Collins: 2 .3 inches

Greeley: 2 inches

Greenwood Village: 6 inches

Idledale: 6.6 inches

Lafayette: 3 inches

Longmont: 2.4 inches

Nederland: 4.5 inches

Niwot: 3 inches

Pinecliffe: 5.6 inches

Tiny Town: 3.2 inches

Ward: 5 inches

Westminster: 4.5 inches