DENVER (KDVR) — Another snowstorm has come and gone. While the metro only saw rain or a light dusting, some parts of Colorado saw 9 inches of snow.

The Pinpoint Weather team warned about a big change coming on Wednesday. Temperatures dived, dropping nearly 30 degrees.

A winter weather advisory was in place along the foothills through Wednesday night, causing slick road conditions for many.

Light snow was possible for parts of the metro, but many areas merely saw rain. However, areas in the high country and along the Palmer Divide saw several inches of accumulation.

How much did it snow?

The table below includes preliminary snow totals as reported to the National Weather Service from Nov. 8-9.

The table is sorted in alphabetical order by county. This data was taken as of 8 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 9.

CountyLocationMeasured Snow (Inches)
Boulder1 N Sunshine3.4
Boulder1 WNW Crescent Village5
Boulder2 N Lyons1
Boulder2 NE Nederland5
Boulder2 NE Rollinsville6.4
Boulder3 N Pinecliffe8.2
Boulder3 NNE Pinecliffe7
Boulder4 ENE Nederland8
BoulderMeeker Park1.6
Clear Creek1 ENE Brookvale7.8
Clear Creek1 N Lawson2.8
Clear Creek1 NE Brookvale8.2
Clear Creek1 SSW Georgetown0.7
Clear Creek2 NW Floyd Hill2.5
Clear Creek2 SSE Blue Valley11.7
Clear Creek2 SSW Brookvale8
Clear CreekGeorgetown1
Eagle1 NW Eagle1
El Paso2 ENE Black Forest2
El Paso2 NNE Monument1
El Paso4 WNW Black Forest1.5
El PasoCascade2
Fremont10 NNW Royal Gorge8.5
Gilpin3 SSE Pinecliffe7.1
Gilpin4 N Floyd Hill7.4
GilpinAspen Springs8
Grand2 SSW Elkdale2.3
Gunnison1 SW Pitkin4
Gunnison8 SSW Waunita Hot Spgs1
Jefferson1 NNW Aspen Park3.5
Jefferson1 NNW Cheesman Reservoi2
Jefferson1 NNW Genesee9.6
Jefferson1 SSE Bergen Park6.2
Jefferson1 SSW Crescent Village9
Jefferson1 SW Kittredge5
Jefferson1 SW Tiny Town4
Jefferson2 N Genesee6
Jefferson2 SSE Conifer3.8
Jefferson2 SW Golden7
Jefferson3 S Conifer3.5
Jefferson3 S Evergreen4.8
Jefferson3 SSW Evergreen7
Jefferson4 SE Conifer3.5
Jefferson4 SSE Pinecliffe9.5
JeffersonWah Keeney Park7
Larimer4 W Pinewood Springs2.5
Mesa3 N Skyway2
Ouray4 NW Ridgway2
OurayRed Mountain Pass1
Park1 ENE 11-Mile Canyon Re6
Park1 ESE Highland Park4.5
Park1 NNW Grant4
Park1 NNW Lake George4.5
Park2 NNW Tarryall Reservoi1.3
Park2 SE Wilkerson Pass4
Park2 W Guffey6.2
Park3 WNW Fairplay1.6
Pueblo1 SSE Beulah1.5
San Miguel7 NE Sawpit2.8
Summit2 N Heeney0.8
Summit2 WSW Keystone0.5
Summit6 NNW Silverthorne0.9
Teller1 W Woodland Park6
TellerWoodland Park6
Source: Iowa State University Local Storm Report App

Don’t see your town or city listed? This list includes everything NWS reported through its own measurements and other sources reported to the agency as of the time range listed above.

The winter storm system has left the state, and sunny skies have returned. Conditions on Thursday will be sunny, but chilly with temperatures in the 50s.

Denver will warm back up through the weekend, with highs near 70 degrees next Wednesday.

Denver, Colorado weather resources

Stay prepared for storms and forecast changes, a Pinpoint Weather Alert Day and other important weather information:

The Pinpoint Weather team will continue to update the forecast multiple times each day.