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Ron Housman, groundskeeper with Colorado College, clears snow on sidewalks in Colorado Springs on Friday. The winter storm caused delays and closures across the city on Friday morning.

Two or more feet of snow were dumped across parts of Colorado on Monday into Tuesday. Here are snow totals for the past 24 hours, as of 6:30 p.m.:

Palmer Lake: 18.7 inches

Monument: 17 inches

Black Forest: 17.5 inches

Cascade: 10.5 inches

Falcon: 9 inches

Woodland Park: 8.5 inches

Air Force Academy: 12.5 inches

Northwest Colorado Springs: 7 inches

Southwest Colorado Springs: 6.7 inches

Northern Colorado Springs: 5 inches

Florissant: 5.4 inches

Peterson Air Force Base: 4.8 inches

Security: 3.9 inches


Drake: 33 inches

Estes Park: 31.7 inches

Crescent Village: 30 inches

Genesee: 27.5 inches

Jamestown: 24.5 inches

Meeker Park: 24 inches

Lyons: 24 inches

Nederland: 24 inches

North Aspen Park: 22.9 inches

Golden: 22.3 inches

Boulder: 22.2 inches

Loveland: 22 inches

Roxborough Park: 19 inches

Kittredge: 17 inches

Parker: 16.5 inches

Elizabeth: 16 inches

Fort Collins: 15.6 inches

Ponderosa Park: 15 inches

Longmont: 14 inches

Westminster: 13.6 inches

Littleton: 12.5 inches

Castle Rock: 12 inches

Brighton: 10 inches

Denver (near Denver International Airport): 9.5 inches

Click here for the latest traffic conditions around Colorado Springs. Click here for updates from CDOT. You also can find the latest flight information for Colorado Springs Airport by clicking here.

Reach Olivia at olivia.prentzel@gazette.com.

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