Colorado snow totals Feb. 1-2: How much did you get?

Sara B. Hansen
Snow falls next to the Colorado State Capitol on March 14, 2021 in Denver.Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images

By Sara B. Hansen / NewsBreak Denver

After the snowiest January in nearly a decade, February continued the trend with a storm that started Tuesday afternoon and continued into Wednesday morning. Some areas received nearly a foot of heavy, wet snow.

The snow made driving difficult and caused several school districts to cancel classes.

Here's a list of snow totals at 9 a.m. Wednesday from the National Weather Service:

Air Force Academy: 12 inches

Arvada: 9.2 inches

Aspen Park: 6.1 inches

Aurora: 10.5 inches

Bailey: 7 inches

Black Forest: 7.1 inches

Boulder: 8.1 inches

Broomfield: 8.4 inches

Castle Rock: 7.1 inches

Centennial: 8 inches

Colorado Springs: 11 inches

Commerce City: 11 inches

Denver: 11 inches

Denver International Airport: 2.1 inches at 5 a.m.

Englewood: 7 inches

Erie: 8.3 inches

Evergreen: 5 inches

Fort Collins: 8 inches

Genesee: 8 inches

Federal Heights: 10.5 inches

Firestone: 7 inches

Golden: 7.5

Greeley: 6.5 inches

Highlands Ranch: 10 inches

Ken Caryl: 7.3 inches

Lakewood: 8.5 inches

Littleton: 7.5 inches

Longmont: 10 inches

Louisville: 7.6 inches

Loveland: 9.5 inches

Parker: 6.8 inches

Manitou Springs: 9 inches

Monument: 9 inches

Nederland: 7.5 inches

Northglenn: 8.7 inches

Peterson Air Force Base: 8 inches

Thornton: 11 inches

Westminster: 9.5 inches

Wheat Ridge: 9.5 inches

Looking ahead

Now that the snow has mostly stopped, the National Weather Service in Boulder predicts the next few days will be frigid. Denver's low Wednesday night will drop to -4 with wind chills making it feel even colder.

Expect Thursday to be cold and sunny with a high of 22. Thursday night's low will be about 3 degrees but feel like -8 with the windchill.

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Sara is the Denver news manager for NewsBreak. She's held editing roles at The Denver Post, The Des Moines Register, and The Fort Collins Coloradoan.

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