The following Colorado snow totals have been reported by the National Weather Service for Presidents Day, Feb. 16, 2015:Aurora — 3.1 inchesBailey — 3 inchesBergen Park — 6.5 inchesBlack Hawk — 11.4 inchesBoulder — 6.3 inchesBroomfield — 4.5 inchesCastle Rock — 3 inchesCheeseman Reservoir — 1 inchConifer — 6.4 inchesDenver — 4.3 inchesDenver International Airport — 1.8 inchesErie — 3.8 inchesEvergreen — 8.5 inchesFirestone — 2 inchesFort Collins — 1.6 inchesFort Morgan — 0.5 inchesFranktown — 2.5 inchesGenesee — 7 inchesGeorgetown — 6.5 inchesGrant — 3 inchesHolyoke — 0.1 inchesHygiene — 3 inchesKassler — 5 inchesLake George — 3 inchesLongmont — 2.1 inchesLoveland — 2.4 inchesLyons — 5 inchesMonument — 2 inchesNiwot — 3.5 inchesNederland — 5.5 inchesNew Raymer — 0.2 inchesNorthglenn — 5 inchesParker — 3 inchesPerry Park — 3.2 inchesPinecliffe — 8 inchesSilver Plume — 3.6 inchesVirginia Dale — 0.8 inchesWard — 11 inchesWatkins — 4.2 inchesWestminster — 5 inchesWheat Ridge — 4.5 inchesWilliams Fork Reservoir — 2 inchesWoodrow — 0.5 inchesSnow piles up in Arvada on Presidents Day, Feb. 16, 2015. (Joe Amon, The Denver Post) – Click Here To Visit Article Source