There's "snow" place like Colorado in March.

Updated on March 15, 2021, at 10:14 a.m.:

We've got the snow totals for the Colorado "snowpocalypse," courtesy of the National Weather Service. Check how much snow your area received below!

Colorado Snow Totals:

*Please note that this is not an extensive list and we will be updating it as more snow totals are made available.

These are the snowfall totals as of 7:30 a.m. on Monday, according to the National Weather Service:

  • 3 ESE Buckhorn Mountain – 42 inches
  • 1 W Aspen Springs – 36.3 inches
  • 4 ENE Nederland – 36 inches
  • 5 SSE Glen Haven – 36 inches
  • 4 SSE Pinecliffe – 35.9 inches
  • 3 NNE Aspen Springs – 35.3 inches
  • 3 WNW Pingree Park – 35 inches
  • 4 W Conifer – 35 inches
  • 1 E Trail Ridge – 33 inches
  • 3 WNW Aspen Park – 32.9 inches
  • 1 N Aspen Springs – 31 inches
  • 1 NNW Genesee – 30.5 inches
  • 4.6 NE Ward – 28.6 inches
  • 3 W Jamestown – 28.6 inches
  • 3 ENE Buckhorn Mountain – 28.5 inches
  • 2 SE Horsetooth Mountain – 28.5 inches
  • 3 WNW Arvada – 28.5 inches
  • 1 SSW Crescent Village – 28 inches
  • 1 NNW Cameron Pass – 28 inches
  • Denver International Airport – 27.1 inches
  • 3.1 WSW Conifer – 27 inches
  • 1 ENE Arvada – 26.5 inches
  • 2 ENE Parker – 26.5 inches
  • 7 E Virginia Dale – 26 inches
  • Loveland – 26 inches
  • Avada – 26 inches
  • 3 E Cherry Creek Reservoir – 26 inches

  • 2 SSW Rocky Flats – 25.5 inches
  • 4 WSW Wallstreet – 25 inches
  • 4 NNW Mishawaka – 25 inches
  • 2 NNW Erie – 24.5 inches
  • 2 N Golden – 24.5 inches
  • 5 E Boulder – 24.4 inches
  • 1 NE Arvada – 24 inches
  • 1 NNW Federal Heights – 24 inches
  • 3 E Broomfield – 24 inches
  • 3 S Fort Collins – 24 inches
  • 2 NNW Golden – 24 inches
  • 2 W Loveland – 24 inches
  • 1 ESE Frederick – 23.8 inches
  • 1 SSE St. Mary’s Glacier – 23.7 inches
  • 1 WSW Lafayette – 23.6 inches
  • 1 SW Evergreen – 23.5 inches
  • 4 W Arvada – 23.5 inches
  • 1 W Firestone – 23.3 inches
  • 1 NEE Brighton – 23.2 inches
  • 3 SSE Aurora – 23.1 inches
  • Woodland Park – 23 inches
  • 2 NW Fort Collins – 23 inches
  • 1 NE Echo Lake – 23 inches
  • 1 SSE Bergen Peak – 23 inches
  • 2 N Louisville – 22.9 inches
  • 5 WSW Berthoud – 22.8 inches
  • 15 N Elizabeth – 22.5 inches
  • 1 NNE Estes Park – 22.3 inches
  • 2 NNW Roxborough Park – 22.3 inches
  • 2 N Aspen Park – 22 inches
  • Palmer Lake – 22 inches
  • 2 W Conifer – 22 inches
  • 3 NNE Foxfield – 22 inches
  • 2 ESE Allenspark – 22 inches
  • 3 SW Arapahoe Park – 22 inches
  • 8 NE Four Corners – 22 inches
  • 2 NW Loveland – 21.5 inches
  • 3 S Barr Lake – 21.2 inches
  • 3 NW Black Forest – 21.2 inches
  • 4 SE Glen Haven – 21 inches
  • 2 E Broomfield – 21 inches
  • Berthoud – 21 inches
  • 1 W Mead – 21 inches
  • Georgetown – 20.2 inches

  • 1 ENE Brighton – 20.1 inches
  • 2 E Ken Caryl – 20 inches
  • 1 WNW Ponderosa Park – 20 inches
  • 3 WSW Woodland Park – 20 inches
  • 2 E Ken Caryl – 20 inches
  • 3 SE Brainard Lake – 20 inches
  • 3 N Bailey – 20 inches
  • 1 NNE Evergreen – 19.7 inches
  • 2 NW Loveland – 19.5 inches
  • Sheridan – 19.5 inches
  • 1 ESE Nederland – 19.5 inches
  • 3 E Monument – 19.5 inches
  • 1 W Bailey – 19.3 inches
  • 2 ENE Estes Park – 19 inches
  • 1 ENE Ken Caryl – 19 inches
  • 4 E Denver – 19 inches
  • 2 NNE Monument – 19 inches
  • Wellington – 18.8 inches
  • 2 SSE Blue Valley – 18.8 inches
  • 3 NNW Erie – 18.5 inches
  • 3 SSW Boulder – 18.1 inches
  • 2 SSE Laporte – 18 inches
  • 2 WNW Loveland – 18 inches
  • 4 S Black Forest – 18 inches
  • 1 ENE Monument – 18 inches
  • 3 NE Longmont – 18 inches
  • 1 WNW Northglenn – 19 inches
  • 4 N Evergreen – 18 inches
  • 1 W Woodland Park – 18 inches
  • 11 W Rustic – 17.8 inches
  • 2 N Lone Tree – 17.5 inches
  • 2 W Timnath – 17.4 inches
  • 2 E Denver -–17.4 inches
  • 1 ESE Edgewater – 17.2 inches
  • Broomfield – 17 inches
  • 1 SSW Fort Collins – 17 inches
  • Cascade – 17 inches
  • 2 W Erie – 16.5 inches
  • 4 ESE Denver – 16.5 inches
  • 1 ENE Westminster – 16.3 inches
  • 3 SW Windsor – 16 inches
  • 1 WSW Ken Caryl – 16 inches
  • Mead – 16 inches
  • Louisville – 16 inches
  • 2 S Erie – 16 inches
  • Denver – 16 inches
  • 2 N Black Forest – 16 inches
  • 1 NW Niwot – 16 inches
  • 2 NNE Lakewood – 16 inches
  • 1 SE Frederick – 15.8 inches
  • 3 SW Highlands Ranch – 15.6 inches
  • 2 SW Greenwood Village – 15.4 inches
  • 3 SSW Castle Pines – 15.3 inches
  • 3 NE Kelim – 15 inches
  • 1 SW Kittredge – 15 inches
  • 1 SE Littleton – 15 inches
  • 3 SSE Mt. Zirkkel – 15 inches

  • 1 E Greeley – 15 inches
  • 2 W Denver – 15 inches
  • 4 NNE Cherry Hills Village – 15 inches
  • 5 SSW Divide – 15 inches
  • 1 W Rosita – 14.6 inches
  • 3 NNE Englewood – 14.5 inches
  • E Centennial – 14.4 inches
  • 4 N Florissant – 14.1 inches
  • 5 SSE Air Force Academy – 13.6 inches
  • 2 NNW Marshall – 13.5 inches
  • 2 E Sunshine – 13 inches
  • 4 NNE Falcon – 12 inches
  • Calhan – 12 inches
  • Peyton – 12 inches
  • 6 S Air Force Academy – 12 inches
  • 3 N Cherry Creek Reservoir – 11.6 inches
  • 4 S Air Force Academy – 11.5 inches
  • 2 WSW Louisville – 11.2 inches
  • Ouray – 10.8 inches
  • 5 SSW Black Forest – 10 inches
  • 1 SSE Beulah – 9.3 inches
  • 2 N Englewood – 9 inches
  • 5 S Black Forest – 9 inches
  • 4 S Bennett – 8.9 inches
  • 2 SSE Breckenridge – 8.7 inches
  • Fraser – 7 inches
  • 1 NNW Pueblo – 5.7 inches
  • 2 WNW Blende – 4 inches
  • 8 NNW Pinon – 3 inches
  • 1 N Avondale – 2.5 inches
  • 2 NE Leadville – 1.4 inches
  • 2 SW Montrose – 1.1 inches

How much snow did your neighborhood get? Share your snow photos with us in the comments below. And stay warm out there, Colorado.