Colorado snow totals from Nov. 24; see full list here

DENVER (KDVR) — On Wednesday, 1-3 inches of snow accumulated across the western suburbs, Foothills and Palmer Divide. However, no measurable snowfall was recorded at Denver International Airport, which is where Denver’s snowfall is measured. It has now been 218 days since it last snowed in Denver.

Here are the preliminary snowfall totals from the National Weather Service as of 6 a.m. Thursday morning:

Beulah: 4 inches
Canon City: 1.5 inches
Penrose: 3 inches
Westcliffe: 6 inches
Castle Rock: .6 inch
Rye: 4.2 inches
Lone Tree: .3 inch
Golden: 4 inches
Nederland: .5 inch
Arvada: 1.2 inches
Westcreek: 5.8 inches
Rosita: 2.8 inches
Evergreen: 1 inch
Boulder: .2 inch
Broomfield: .3 inch
Woodland Park: 2 inches
Westminster: .5 inch
Fraser: 5 inches
Air Force Academy: 2 inches
Florissant: 4.8 inches
Breckenridge: 5.9 inches
Monument: 1.5 inches
Coal Bank Pass: 4 inches
Molas Pass: 3 inches
Camp Bird: 3.5 inches
Red Mountain Pass: 3.5 inches

The snowless streak continues in Denver

We will continue to update this list as more totals are added from the NWS.

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