A spring storm that moved into Colorado midday on Wednesday canceled flights, closed roads and prompted schools, government offices and some businesses to close early.  

And while the storm wasn't as severe as the bomb cyclone in March, it still left behind some solid snow total amounts – particularly for areas north of Denver. 

A blizzard warning for Denver has been downgraded to a winter weather advisory. Other parts of the state, including portions of north-central and northeastern Colorado, are still under a blizzard warning until 12 p.m. on Thursday.

Here’s a look at snow totals around Colorado from the National Weather Service as of 5 p.m. on Thursday.

Denver | 1.8 inches

Aurora | 5 inches 

Castle Rock | 3.5 inches

Nederland | 8 inches

Winter Park | 10 inches

Bailey | 4.8 inches 

Berthoud | 12 inches

Eldora | 10 inches

Florissant | 4 inches

Rye | 5 inches

Red Feather Lakes | 10 inches

Silverthorne | 10 inches

Echo Lake | 9 inches

Lafayette | 2.5 inches 

Loveland | 6.4 inches

Niwot | 2.4 inches

Vail | 5.5 inches

Copper Mountain | 8 inches

Loveland Pass | 7 inches 

Eldorado Springs | 7.4 inches

Centennial | 4 inches 

Yuma | 3 inches

Windsor | 7.2 inches

Palmer Lake | 6 inches

Greeley | 2 inches

Fort Collins | 5.4 inches

Edgewater | 1.6 inches

Ponderosa Park | 4 inches

Estes Park | 5.5 inches

Jamestown | 4.4 inches

Timnath | 8 inches 

Sterling | 3.5 inches. 

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