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Snowfall stats for April snowstorms in Colorado


A viewer’s backyard in Fort Collins, April 15, 2013

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DENVER — With snow on the way this weekend, the Pinpoint Weather team put the predictions in perspective.

This weekend’s snowstorm should be the biggest snow storm since April 2013 — when a big storm dropped snow on April 15.

April snow totals in Denver for past five years

2015: 5.3 inches

2014: 5.6 inches

2013: 20.4 inches

2012: 1 inche

2011: 1.3 inches

Top five April snowstorms in Denver

April 23, 1885: 23 inches

April 24-25, 1935: 19.0 inches

April 17-19, 1920: 18.2 inches

April 2, 1957: 17.3 inches

April 20-22, 1933: 16.8 inches

The snowiest April on record is 1933 with 33.8 inches

Expect around 1-7 inches of snow through Saturday. Check the weekend snowfall maps to see how much is expected in your area.

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