Now that the snow has stopped falling in Colorado, you might wonder how much snow was left on the ground throughout the state. Northern Colorado got quite a bit of snow in some areas, while other towns seemed to have missed the snow bands.


According to the National Weather Service, here is how much snow Northern Colorado got by town:

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  • Fort Collins, CO - 6.5 inches
  • Loveland, CO - 7 inches
  • Greeley, CO - 6.5 inches
  • Windsor, CO - 9.8 inches
  • Wellington, CO - 4.5 inches
  • Estes Park, CO - 3 inches
  • Berthoud, CO - 4.2 inches
  • Eaton, CO - 4.6 inches
  • Nunn, CO - 6 inches
  • Glen Haven, CO - 4.8 inches
  • Mishawaka, CO - 7 inches

Our neighbors to the north in Wyoming also got a few inches of fresh powder.

  • Carpenter, WY - 7 inches
  • Burns, WY - 12 inches
  • Hillsdale, WY - 10 inches
  • Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne, WY - 4.5 inches

It appears as if this may be the last snowstorm we will see for January in Northern Colorado as there are no indicators that we will see snow in the forecast in the coming days.

As of 5 p.m. on January 18, the most recent snowstorm has ranked number 8 for total two-day snowfall since records began in 1882 with 9.1 inches of snow.

Source: National Weather Service

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