7:20 AM, Monday, February 16, 2015
Additional snow (mainly light) should continue during the day today, especially in and near the foothills from Boulder County southward. The sun may also be dimly visible at times. Accumulation through 7AM Monday has ranged from less than 3 inches on the east side Denver and around Fort Collins and Longmont; 3-6 inches through much of the Denver-Boulder area; and more the 6 inches in the foothills and in a few spots near the foothills. The Boulder climate station as of 7AM had received 7.9 inches of snow and an impressive 0.66″ of liquid. Up to a foot has fallen in some foothills locations of Boulder County.
Additional snow after 7AM Monday:
North of a line from Lyons to DIA: an inch or less.
South of a line from Lyons to DIA: 1-4 inches, most in the foothills.
Despite a February that has been much warmer than average so far in the Denver-Boulder area, snowfall in some areas along the foothills is also running above average due to two significant snowfalls from relatively weak storm systems.
Mild weather is expected Wednesday afternoon through Friday. The next chance for cold snowy weather may arrive Friday night.