DENVER — Snow totals from the Christmas Day storm in Colorado are coming into the National Weather Service.
Most areas in the Denver Metro area received between 3 to 4 inches of snow. Areas near the foothills got upwards of 6 inches of snow.
Areas down south and to the east saw much less snow. Colorado Springs reports ranged from 1 inch to a trace.
— Greg Dutra (@DutraWeather) December 26, 2014
The mountains received as much as 10 inches or more, which was welcome news for ski resorts. Beaver Creek reported getting 16 inches of snow and Vail got 8 inches.
To see snowfall totals for your area, check out our new Interactive Radar. Just click the “Layers” button on the bottom-right corner and select “Snow Cover” under “Layers.”
— Pinpoint Weather (@PinpointWX) December 26, 2014