The weather outlook for Thursday (Feb. 245, 2021) from KKTV meteorologist Sydney Jackson.

Snow dumped on the Pikes Peak region overnight, making morning commutes dangerous and giving many people mounds of snow to shovel Thursday. Read more here.

Here's a look at the totals across the region according to the National Weather Service in Pueblo:

Colorado Springs Airport: 5.8 inches

Old Colorado City: 7 inches

Broadmoor area: 8.2 inches

Northwest Colorado Springs: 10 inches

Colorado Springs, I-25/Uintah Ave: 9.2 inches

Colorado Springs, Bear Creek Regional Park: 10 inches

Peterson Airforce Base: 8 inches

Colorado Springs, Quail Lake Park: 7 inches

Fountain: 4.7 inches

Manitou Springs: 9 inches

Monument: 3.2 inches

Cascade: 4 inches

Woodland Park: 4 inches.

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David Drake, Timberline Landscaping, uses a blower to clear snow in the Patty Jewett neighborhood in Colorado Springs on Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021. (Chancey Bush/ The Gazette)

ELSEWHERE IN COLORADO

Englewood: 16.3 inches

Denver: 14 inches

Cherry Creek Reservoir: 13.2 inches

Thornton: 13.2 inches

Cherry Hills Village: 13 inches

Louisville: 12 inches

Aurora: 11.5 inches

Broomfield: 10.2 inches

Lakewood: 9.5 inches

Boulder: 9 inches

Westcliffe: 5 inches

Pueblo: 3.7 inches

Cañon City: 2 inches

Cripple Creek: 4.2 inches

Buena Vista: 2.2 inches

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