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Snowfall totals from May 17-19 storm; Allenspark leads way with 42 inches

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DENVER — A late spring storm brought heavy, wet snow to the Denver metro area and the Front Range that began Wednesday night, was the strongest on Thursday and lingered into Friday.

Final totals from the storm varied, according to the National Weather Service.

Allenspark: 42 inches

Arvada: 4.8 inches

Aspen Springs: 27.5 inches

Aurora: 2 inches

Bailey: 9 inches

Black Hawk: 11.3 inches

Boulder: 6.5 inches

Breckenridge: 27.8 inches

Brookvale: 19 inches

Broomfield: 4.8 inches

Castle Pines: 6.1 inches

Castle Rock: 6 inches

Centennial: 1.5 inches

Conifer: 17 inches

Denver: 1.9 inches

Denver International Airport: 0 inches

Eldorado Springs: 30 inches

Estes Park: 31 inches

Evergreen: 14 inches

Fort Collins: 8.2 inches

Fraser: 9 inches

Frederick: 4 inches

Genesee: 17.7 inches

Golden: 16 inches

Greeley: 4.8 inches

Highlands Ranch: 3.5 inches

Idledale: 11 inches

Ken Caryl: 3 inches

Lafayette: 6 inches

Lakewood: 5 inches

Larkspur: 8.3 inches

Leadville: 7.7 inches

Longmont: 3 inches

Louisville: 9.8 inches

Loveland: 5.8 inches

Mead: 4 inches

Monument: 10.1 inches

Nederland: 30 inches

Niwot: 3 inches

Pinecliffe: 31.9 inches

Rollinsville: 26.3 inches

Roxborough Park: 2.5 inches

Sedalia: 5 inches

Superior: 10 inches

Tabernash: 6.5 inches

Ward: 41.7 inches

Woodland Park: 7 inches

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