Pinpoint Weather Alert Day: Snow moves in Wednesday night

Snowfall totals from March 26-27 storm

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DENVER — A cold front brought much-needed rain and snow to the Denver metro area on Monday night into Tuesday morning.

Totals storm varied as reported by the National Weather Service and its trained weather spotters. More snow fell south and west of Denver.

Not all cities and locations have reporting stations.

Final totals

Arapahoe Park: 8.2 inches

Arvada: 2.5 inches

Aurora: 6 inches

Bailey: 7.8 inches

Bennett: 4.1 inches

Bergen Park: 8 inches

Boulder: 3.4 inches

Brookvale: 13 inches

Castle Rock: 7.5 inches

Centennial: 4 inches

Conifer: 8 inches

Deer Trail: 3.4 inches

Denver: 4 inches

Denver International Airport: 1.5 inches

Echo Lake: 11 inches

Englewood: 3.6 inches

Erie: 2 inches

Estes Park: 5.5 inches

Evergreen: 7 inches

Federal Heights: 3 inches

Floyd Hill: 9 inches

Genesee: 7.5 inches

Golden: 7.1 inches

Highlands Ranch: 7 inches

Jamestown: 5.1 inches

Ken Caryl: 7.5 inches

Lafayette: 3.3 inches

Lakewood: 6.7 inches

Larkspur: 4 inches

Littleton: 5 inches

Lone Tree: 4.2 inches

Longmont: 0.2 inches

Louisville: 4.5 inches

Nederland: 6.5 inches

Niwot: 0.7 inches

Perry Park: 5.6 inches

Pinecliffe: 10.2 inches

Rocky Flats: 7 inches

Roxborough Park: 7 inches

Sedalia: 7.2 inches

Sheridan: 4.8 inches

The Pinery: 4.4 inches

Thornton: 1.9 inches

Ward: 5 inches

Welby: 2.2 inches

Westminster: 2.4 inches

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