Final-ish 2019-20 winter snowfall tallies


Don’t take it to the bank, but it is starting to look like the last flakes have flown across much of Colorado for the winter.

Of course, you can never say never when it comes to Colorado snowfall. But, it’s more than safe to say that the overwhelming majority of the season’s snow has already fallen. So without further ado, here’s look back at how Colorado towns and cities stacked up this winter, based on official data from the National Weather Service:

One note: because ski resort totals are often inflated and vary compared to city and town measurements, the totals listed below are only from National Weather Service sites:

Colorado Snow Totals, 2019-20:

Winter Park (town): 248.9 inches

Steamboat Springs (town): 210.4 inches

Breckenridge (town): 183.5 inches

Grand Lake: 158.1 inches

Boulder: 152.0 inches

Crested Butte: 151.9 inches

Hayden: 151.1 inches

Yampa: 143.6 inches

Estes Park: 113.0 inches

Georgetown: 111.7 inches

Evergreen: 102.6 inches

Wheat Ridge: 100.2 inches

Craig: 99.1 inches

Bailey: 96.2 inches

Loveland: 90.5 inches

Lakewood: 88.7 inches

Walsenburg: 87.4 inches

Castle Rock: 83.5 inches

Sedalia: 80.5 inches

Longmont: 75.8 inches

Fort Collins: 73.9 inches

Northglenn: 72.0 inches

Denver (Stapleton): 71.4 inches

Fairplay: 66.0 inches

Denver (DIA): 57.6 inches

Colorado Springs: 56.4 inches

Kremmling: 55.9 inches

Brighton: 47.5 inches

Salida: 42.1 inches

Alternbern: 40.2 inches

Gunnison: 37.5 inches

Pueblo: 36.2 inches

Holyoke: 28.0 inches

Montrose: 25.0 inches

Byers: 23.3 inches

Genoa: 21.3 inches

Julesburg: 20.8 inches

Lamar: 17.5 inches

Alamosa: 16.8 inches

Grand Junction: 13.1 inches



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