March 14th Snow Totals

Courtesy of various spotters and the National Weather Service Office in Pueblo.  Thanks guys!

THE TOTALS BELOW ARE SEPARATED INTO SNOW...AND ICE AND SLEET  
CATEGORIES...THEN BY AMOUNT...AND ARE NOT NECESSARILY THE  
FINAL AMOUNT FOR EACH LOCATION.  
 
SNOW REPORTS LISTED BY AMOUNT  
 
INCHES  LOCATION                 ST  COUNTY           TIME  
------  -----------------------  --  --------------   -------  
16.00   1 SSE WOLF CREEK PASS    CO  MINERAL          0644 AM  
                 STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL REPORTED FROM WOLF CREEK  
                 SKI AREA OVER THE PAST 48 HOURS. 8 INCHES  
                 FELL IN THE PAST 24 HOURS.  
12.00   1 SSE WOLF CREEK PASS    CO  MINERAL          0157 PM  
                 24 TOTAL FROM WOLF CREEK SKI. REPORTED 8  
                 INCHES AT 712 AM  
12.00   1 SSE WOLF CREEK PASS    CO  MINERAL          0157 PM  
                 24 HOUR TOTAL. MEASURED 8 INCHES AT 712 AM.  
10.00   2 S CUCHARA              CO  HUERFANO         0825 AM  
  8.00   1 SSE WOLF CREEK PASS    CO  MINERAL          0629 AM  
  8.00   2 S CUCHARA              CO  HUERFANO         0815 PM  
  7.80   1 SW RYE                 CO  PUEBLO           0730 AM  
  7.00   1 S BEULAH               CO  PUEBLO           1010 AM  
                 0.47 INCHES WATER EQUIVALENT.  
  7.00   BEULAH                   CO  PUEBLO           0729 AM  
  6.50   5 WSW WALSENBURG         CO  HUERFANO         0930 AM  
  6.00   5 WSW WALSENBURG         CO  HUERFANO         0935 PM  
  6.00   WOODLAND PARK            CO  TELLER           0927 PM  
  5.80   1 SSW RYE                CO  PUEBLO           0900 PM  
  5.30   4 WNW BUENA VISTA        CO  CHAFFEE          1017 PM  
                 STORM TOTAL. SNOW STARTED AROUND 930 AM.  
  5.00   WOODLAND PARK            CO  TELLER           0935 AM  
  5.00   SALIDA                   CO  CHAFFEE          0826 AM  
  5.00   1 NNW MONARCH PASS       CO  CHAFFEE          0739 AM  
  5.00   5 WSW WALSENBURG         CO  HUERFANO         0813 PM  
  4.50   MAYSVILLE                CO  CHAFFEE          0754 PM  
  4.50   11 NNE CRESTONE          CO  CUSTER           0357 PM  
                 OVER THE PAST 2 HOURS. STILL SNOWING HARD.  
  4.00   4 N FLORISSANT           CO  TELLER           1034 PM  
  4.00   3 SSW BEULAH             CO  PUEBLO           0626 PM  
                 SNOW STOPPED ATTM  
  4.00   2 S CUCHARA              CO  HUERFANO         0505 PM  
  4.00   4 WNW BUENA VISTA        CO  CHAFFEE          0300 PM  
  3.50   SALIDA                   CO  CHAFFEE          0315 PM  
  3.00   2 WSW ROSITA             CO  CUSTER           0840 AM  
  3.00   3 WSW COLORADO SPRINGS   CO  EL PASO          0938 PM  
  3.00   WOODLAND PARK            CO  TELLER           0624 PM  
  3.00   5 WSW WALSENBURG         CO  HUERFANO         0542 PM  
  2.80   6 E MONUMENT             CO  EL PASO          0540 PM  
  2.80   1 SSW RYE                CO  PUEBLO           0530 PM  
  2.70   1 S CANON CITY           CO  FREMONT          0732 AM  
  2.50   3 SW ROSITA              CO  CUSTER           1033 AM  
  2.50   1 SSW BUENA VISTA        CO  CHAFFEE          0540 PM  
                 SNOW STARTED AROUND 11 AM WITH 0.24 WATER  
                 EQUIV  
  2.00   2 ENE MONUMENT           CO  EL PASO          0750 AM  
  2.00   4 N FLORISSANT           CO  TELLER           0644 PM  
  2.00   4 NE FLORISSANT          CO  TELLER           0550 PM  
  2.00   3 WSW COLORADO SPRINGS   CO  EL PASO          0436 PM  
                 SNOW MELTING WITH WET ROADS.  
  1.00   3 SSW COLORADO SPRINGS   CO  EL PASO          0900 PM  

Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe

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  • by jon Location: strattonmeadows/ southgate on Mar 16, 2010 at 08:20 PM
    nice recent mild temps, spring fever for sure. i see however another ' speedy gonzales ' north wind express with very little snow expected to ruin Fri & Sat. sure am wondering if the cliamtic changes have occured to where we will not ever see any of the ' heavy snows that use to occasionaly occur here in Mar & Apr ? this last little system was too warm to accumalate any snow, had .30 melted precipt from it here. even that would have been no more than about 3.5 in of snow. never be any 7 10 in snows in downtown/south C.S. anymore ? let alone any bigger ? ... jon
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