Daily snow observations from GHCN stations are available using the pulldown menus below to select the state, month, and year of interest for either snowfall or snow depth data. Colorado's Resort Acres Open Report | Two or more feet of snow were dumped across parts of Colorado on Monday into Tuesday. A look at the snow that fell in Conifer, Colo. in the Nov. 25-26, 2019 snowstorm. Loveland | This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Colorado ski slope death data comes from The Denver Post. Colorado Snow Forecast: Colorado 24 hr New Snow Accumulation Analysis U.S. Powderhorn | Durango | Colorado Snow Depth Analysis (updated hourly) U.S. Scroll left to see the most recently recorded Breckenridge snow totals for the last five days or scroll right to see the Breckenridge snow forecast for the next three days. Steamboat | Denver Temperature Yesterday. Snow reports provided by Mountain News. Recent Snow. Blizzard warnings in effect earlier in the day have since been canceled, but winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories remain in effect through the afternoon. For just one-sixth of winter days, does the snow cover in Colorado Springs reach an inch or more. Colorado Ski Resorts List | Telluride | Find the latest snow report for Breckenridge, with ski conditions, recent snow totals and snowfall in the weather forecast. Arapahoe Basin | Keep checking back as we'll get more reports throughout the day! More light snow is expected throughout the day! Aspen / Buttermilk / Snowmass | Crested Butte | Some cities in metro Denver woke up to a light dusting of snow, other towns, like Estes Park, woke up to a winter wonderland of more than a foot of snow. Beaver Creek | Snow reports updated hourly. Howelsen Hill | The largest producer of skiing content for media, and publishers of the OnTheSnow.com Ski Guide. But the snow can accumulate to over five inches anytime from October to May. Monarch | Recent Colorado Snow and Snowfall snow report, and ski resort information. Show us your snow photos! Colorado Ski Guides. Colorado Ski Resort Recent Snow and Snowfall Report. A snowpack that's over ten inches deep is uncommon here. Silverton | Home › Outdoors › Colorado Snow Report. Winter Park | High & Low Weather Summary for the Past Weeks Show us your snow photos! MORE: Live Blog | What to Expect Tuesday | Snow totals | Forecast | Highway closures | Weather Page | Closings and Delays | Radar | Traffic. Just how much snow did your town see? Past 72 Hours » Get the full Recent Snow report here. RELATED: Light snow continues throughout the day. Vail | Here's a listing from the National Weather Service of cities in Colorado and how much snow trained weather spotters in that area reported (as of 9:45 a.m.). Past 48 Hours. SolVista | Eldora | Colorado's Recent Snow Report | Wolf Creek, The Colorado Daily Powder Report | Sunlight Mountain | Breckenridge | Snow Depth: Colorado current weather SELECT BOX e.g. Colorado snow totals, live radar, weather forecast streaming on your TV with Denver7 app. Keystone | Hundreds of homes lost in East Troublesome Fire, Douglas County, Jeffco, Aurora Public Schools closed Monday due to snow, road conditions, Bitter cold, snow continue Monday morning across Colorado, Chiefs barely need Mahomes while clobbering error-prone Broncos, 43-16, Welcome to the new Ball Arena | Locked On Avalanche Podcast, Explaining the controversy surrounding Amy Coney Barrett's nomination. How much snow did Breckenridge get today? Access to these data supports the Federal Emergency Management Agency's need for near real-time observations used in assessing requests for disaster assistance. Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings. Colorado ski slope death data comes from The Denver Post, publishers of the OnTheSnow.com Ski Guide. Here are snow totals for the past 24 hours, as of 6:30 p.m.: Areas around Boulder and Larimer County saw a few inches, anywhere from two to four. Copper Mountain | Past 24 Hours. 80013 snow. Copyright 2019 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. Ski Cooper | A look at the snow totals from the Nov. 25-26, 2019 snowstorm that hit northeast Colorado, dumping more than a foot of snow in some places. How Much Snow Normally Accumulates in Colorado Springs. Here's a listing from the National Weather Service of cities in Colorado and how much snow trained weather spotters in that area reported (as of 9:45 a.m.). Colorado Springs doesn't often have deep snow. Colorado's Deepest Snow Report | Maximum temperature yesterday: 79 °F (at 2:58 pm) Minimum temperature yesterday: 40 °F (at 6:58 am) Average temperature yesterday: 56 °F. DENVER – Several areas of Colorado received more than a foot of snow in this storm, which is starting to taper off on Tuesday afternoon. We will be updating these totals as they come in through the day Tuesday, but here’s a look at the latest snow totals reported to the NWS between 1 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tuesday: 3 NNE Drake – 33 inches4 ENE Red Feather Lakes – 32 inches11 SE Estes Park – 31.7 inches1 S Crescent Village – 30 inches4 WSW Drake – 29 inches1 NW Genesee – 27.5 inches1 N Genesee – 26 inches2 E Sunshine – 24.5 inches3 W Jamestown – 24.5 inches1 N Meeker Park – 24 inches6 NW Lyons – 24 inches1 WSW Livermore – 24 inchesEldorado Springs – 23.9 inchesLyons – 23.2 inches4 NE Nederland – 23 inches2 N Aspen Park – 22.9 inches4 SE Pinecliffe – 22.3 inches12 NW Golden – 22.3 inches3 SSW Boulder – 22.2 inches3 SE Pinecliffe – 22 inches7 WNW Loveland – 22 inches3 W Boulder – 22 inches2 E Crisman – 22 inches7 S Lyons – 22 inches4 ENE Nederland – 21 inches2 S Wallstreet – 21 inches2 SW Boulder – 21 inches2 W Boulder – 20.9 inches2 E Allenspark – 20.5 inches2 W Louisville – 20.2 inches2 SSW Boulder – 20 inchesRoxborough Park – 19 inches5 E Boulder – 18.8 inchesPalmer Lake – 18.7 inches1 NNW Monarch Pass – 18 inches3 NW Black Forest – 17.5 inchesWellington – 17.3 inches2 S Kittredge – 17 inches3 N Shaffers Crossing – 17 inches2 NNE Monument – 17 inches2 SE Boulder – 17 inches2 E Parker – 16.5 inches1 E Ken Caryl – 16.3 inches4 SE Evergreen – 16.3 inches2 SE Chatfield Reservoir – 16.3 inches4 WNW Arvada – 16.2 inches2 W Lakewood – 16 inches5 N Elizabeth – 16 inches15 N Elizabeth – 16 inches5 S Manila Village – 16 inches3 E Monument – 16 inches2 NW Loveland – 16 inches2 E Estes Park – 16 inches1 NNW Louisville – 15.9 inches3 NE Aspen Springs – 15.5 inchesHighlands Ranch – 15.5 inches3 S Fort Collins – 15.5 inches1 ENE Monument – 15 inches2 S Fort Collins – 15 inches2 WNW Broomfield – 14.5 inches10 N Elizabeth – 14.5 inches5 S Fort Collins – 14 inches3 NE Fort Collins – 14 inches3 NW Parker – 14 inches3 SW Longmont – 14 inches2 SSW Boulder – 14 inches3 SW Highlands Ranch – 13.8 inches1 SW Westminster – 13.6 inches2 W Westminster – 13.5 inches1 NE Evergreen – 13.5 inches2 SW Centennial – 13.5 inches13.5 WNW Berthoud – 13.5 inches2 N Longmont – 13.5 inches2 N Evergreen – 13.2 inches2 E Longmont – 13 inches3 SW Erie – 13 inches3 NW Northglenn – 13 inches1 WNW Highlands Ranch – 13 inches2 N Black Forest – 13 inchesLoveland – 13 inches3 S Longmont – 13 inches1 SSE Estes Park – 13 inchesCentennial – 12.8 inches1 ENE Thornton – 12.5 inches1 E Arvada – 12.5 inches3 N Foxfield – 12.5 inches1 SE Littleton – 12.5 inches2 W Timnath – 12.4 inches3 NNW Timnath – 12.3 inches3 S Buckley AFB – 12.2 inchesYuma – 12 inches3 W Windsor – 12 inches1 W Mead – 12 inches1 N Lafayette – 12 inches1 NE Broomfield – 12 inchesEvergreen – 12 inchesElizabeth – 12 inches1 NW Ponderosa Park – 12 inches1 N Castle Rock – 12 inchesTelluride Ski Resort – 12 inches7 S Elizabeth – 11.9 inches2 W Littleton – 11.8 inches1 W Wheat Ridge – 11.6 inchesWheat Ridge – 11.6 inches3 S Castle Pines – 11.6 inches4 E Laporte – 11.5 inches1 S Evergreen – 11.5 inches1 E Englewood – 11.5 inches4 N Cherry Hills Village – 11.5 inches5 ENE Byers – 11.5 inches2 ENE Longmont – 11.3 inches2 N Louisville – 11.2 inches2 S Denver – 11.1 inchesErie – 11 inches2 NE Erie – 11 inches2 ESE Lakewood – 11 inches1 W Northglenn – 11 inches2 N Lakewood – 11 inches1 ENE Edgewater – 11 inchesDenver – 11 inches3 ENE Denver – 11 inches2 N Black Forest – 11 inches5 E Longmont – 10.8 inches1 NW Broomfield –10.8 inches6 SW Black Forest – 10.5 inches6 SSE Denver – 10.5 inchesGreenwood Village – 10.5 inches3 SSE Aurora – 10.5 inchesCascade – 10.5 inchesSalida – 10.5 inches2 NE Thornton – 10.3 inches1 N Wheat Ridge – 10.3 inchesBrighton – 10 inchesWestminster – 10 inches2 NW Littleton – 10 inches2 SSE Englewood – 10 inches3 NE Englewood – 10 inches6 ENE Black Forest – 10 inches3 NE Air Force Academy – 10 inchesLone Tree – 10 inches2 S Parker – 10 inches4 NNE Manitou Springs – 10 inchesMaysville – 10 inches1 SE Fort Morgan – 9.5 inches4 E Denver – 9.5 inchesDenver International Airport – 9.5 inches1 SSE Beulah – 9.5 inches1 WNW Greeley – 9.4 inches1 W Firestone – 9.2 inches5 SSE Air Force Academy – 9.2 inches4 WSW Eaton – 9 inchesLakewood – 9 inches5 WSW Falcon – 9 inches12 SSW Georgetown – 9 inches1 N Hygiene – 9 inches9 WSW Rustic – 9 inchesRed Mountain Pass – 9 inches3 SSE Denver – 8.8 inches7 NE Purcell – 8.6 inches3 ENE Manitou Springs – 8.5 inches6 E Skyway – 8.5 inches1 NNW Woodland Park – 8.5 inchesMesa 5SSE – 8.5 inches1 W Aspen Springs – 8.3 inches6 NW Greeley – 8 inches2 NW Peterson AFB – 8 inches5 SW Black Forest – 8 inches4 NNE Colorado Springs – 8 inchesCimarron 8NW – 8 inchesSteamboat Ski Resort – 8 inches2 NE Westminster – 8 inches3 SSE Ouray – 8 inches1 SE Wolf Creek Pass – 8 inches1 SW Pitkin – 8 inchesBailey – 7.9 inches2 E Manitou Springs – 7.8 inches5 SSE Air Force Academy – 7.5 inches2 N Thornton – 7.5 inches3 SSW Hillrose – 7 inches6 W Otis – 7 inches1 N Evans – 7 inches2 WSW Byers – 7 inches2 NW Colorado Springs – 7 inches6 NW Denver – 7 inches1 WSW Woodland Park – 7 inchesAntero Reservoir – 7 inchesNorthglenn – 6.8 inches2 WSW Colorado Springs – 6.7 inches5 ENE Phippsburg – 6.5 inches4 NNW Kline – 6.5 inchesCoal Bank Pass – 6.5 inches2 NW Colorado Springs – 6.4 inches2 SSW Colorado Springs – 6.2 inches10 NW Lyons – 6.2 inches1 WSW Palisade – 6.2 inchesYuma – 6 inchesCheyenne Wells – 6 inches6 S Air Force Academy – 6 inchesSnowmass Ski Resort – 6 inchesMolas Pass – 6 inches5 W Westcliffe – 6 inches8 SW Lake George – 6 inchesCheesman Reservoir – 6 inchesWoodland Park – 6 inches3 WNW Fairplay – 5.8 inches4 NW Peterson AFB – 5.5 inches4 NE Phippsburg – 5.5 inches1 WSW Rye – 5.5 inches2 N Wolcott – 5.5 inches4 N Florissant – 5.4 inches2 E Steamboat – 5.3 inchesGeorgetown – 5.2 inchesBriggsdale – 5 inches1 N Joes – 5 inches3 N Colorado Springs – 5 inches2 SSW Gypsum – 5 inches3 NW Lazear – 5 inches4 ENE Dolores – 5 inchesOuray – 5 inchesAvon 2S – 5 inchesTaylor Park 6SE – 5 inchesAspen Mountain Resort – 5 inches1 W Edwards – 4.8 inches2 NE Leadville – 4.7 inches7 ENE Montrose – 4.5 inches2 WNW Peterson AFB – 4.4 inches7 ESE Texas Creek – 4.2 inchesCollbran – 4.1 inchesBurlington – 4 inchesEdwards – 4 inches4 W Ridgway – 4 inchesAspen Highlands – 4 inches5 WSW Walsenburg – 4 inches2 N Security – 3.9 inches4 NW Montrose – 3.7 inchesSilverton – 3.7 inches1 WNW Steamboat Springs – 3.6 inches4 WSW Crook – 3 inchesOak Creek – 3 inches1 NW Clark – 3 inchesButtermilk Ski Resort – 3 inches1 NE Cedaredge – 3 inches1 SE Clifton – 2.5 inchesGunnison – 1.8 inchesCarbondale – 1.7 inchesGlenwood Springs – 1.7 inches2 W Vail – 1.7 inchesBayfield – 1 inch3 NW Cattle Creek – 1 inch, Totals will be updated through the day Tuesday.