Northeast Colorado Spring Storm Summary Map (April 16-19 2009)

Precipitation Event Summary for Northeast Colorado (April 16-19 2009)

 
The above image depicts total snowfall amounts across Northeast Colorado.  As the map highlights, the highest snowfall amounts were found in the foothills west of Denver.
Top 5 reporting Snowfall Amounts

Location

Snowfall Total

County

3 S Rollinsville

56.3

Gilpin

3 SE Pinecliffe

54

Jefferson

1 E Buckhorn Mtn

47.8

Larimer

Aspen Springs

43.4

Gilpin

2 ESE Pinecliffe

40.3

Gilpin

The above image depicts total rainfall amounts across Northeast Colorado.  As the map highlights, the highest liquid precipitation amounts were found in the foothills west of Denver.  Most areas across metro Denver received between 2.5 and 3.5 inches of liquid precipitation.
Top 5 reporting Liquid Precipitation Amounts

Location

Rainfall Total

County

3 SE Pinecliffe

5.72

Gilpin

Foxfield 2.3

4.91

Arapahoe

Nederland 5.8E

4.86

Boulder

Boulder 3.5 S

4.47

Boulder

Boulder 2.7 S

4.37

Boulder

Precipitation reports for this event were tallied by the National Weather Service in Boulder/Denver Colorado. Data was retrieved from a variety of sources including National Weather Service Spotters and Cooperative Observers, volunteers for the CoCoRaHS program and HamNet volunteers.
Click here To view the zoomable Snow/Precip map for this event.


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