May Snowfall For Colorado

By WTAJ News

Published 05/12 2014 05:29PM

Updated 05/12 2014 05:45PM

A late winter storm brought a significant snowfall to parts of Colorado Sunday into Monday. The highest elevations received the most snow with multiple locations picking up more than two feet with the highest report of snow of twenty-nine inches in Four-Corners, Colorado. Denver and its suburbs picked up less snow as the storm began as rain before changing to snow, though still significant for this time of the year. Snow amounts in and around Denver ranged from three to six inches. The Colorado Rookies were not scheduled to play at home, which is a good thing since Coors Field was covered under a blanket of snow. Some other snow reports:
•    29.0" Four Corners
•    23.5" ESE Allenspark
•    21.5" Glen Haven
•    21.2" Pinecliffe
•    18.2" N Black Hawk
•    10.0" Kittredge
•    9.0" Fairplay
•    7.5" Centennial
•    4.4" Loveland
•    4.0" Baker (Denver)

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