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Late May Storm Drops 1 To 2 Feet Of Snow Outside Of Denver

DENVER (CBS4) - A cold and wet storm moved into Colorado on Friday with some much needed rain and snow. The heaviest precipitation fell along the Front Range with several places reporting over a foot of snow in the higher elevations outside of Denver.

Douglas County Snow
20-21 inches of snow around Greenland in Douglas County. (credit: Michael Golembeski)

18.2" - near Black Forest
18.0" - Larkspur
17.5" - Breckenridge
17.5" - near Monument
17.0" - outside of Bailey
16.8" - near Copper Mountain
16.8" - outside of Ward
15.6" - Berthoud Pass
15.5" - Aspen Park
15.5" - south of Evergreen
14.4" - near Loveland Pass
14.0" - Marshdale
13.8" - Rosita
13.2" - near Guanella Pass
12.0" - Ponderosa Park
10.7" - Coal Creek Canyon
10.0" - Highlands Ranch
10.0" - west side of Castle Rock
9.9" - Evergreen
9.5" - north of Colorado Springs
8.5" - south of Parker
8.0" - Crook
7.8" - Pinewood Springs
7.6" - southwest of Lone Tree
7.2" - near Cameron Pass
7.2" - Sedalia
4.8" - Louisville
3.3" - northwest of Boulder
2.3" - northeast Thornton
2.0" - CBS4
2.0" - Ridgway
1.0" - Denver Int'l Airport

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