While this was just another run of the mill storm for some areas, this ended up being the biggest storm of the Winter/Spring for Colorado Springs and Pueblo. The main storm only lasted about 3 to 5 hours for those cities, but while it was here, it was pretty nasty. Check out additional totals below:
This storm brought Colorado Springs pretty close to normal, regarding snowfall. Pueblo is actually a touch above normal, as you can see in the graphic below.
Obviously, this is small business compared to what folks southwest of Pueblo have had to deal with. Folks in Rye, Beulah, and Colorado City as well as all of the Wet and Sangre de Cristo Mountains have had some kind of Winter. Check the total below and laugh if you will...
Yup, since Septemer Rye has totaled 177" of snow putting them 40" above normal. Doesn't take long to add up when you average about 12 to 15 inches per storm. Anyhow, Southern Colorado is in great shape in the moisture department and we still have some of March and all of April to go. Thanks El Nino...
Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe
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