Denver Public Works employees Dave Moore, left, and Dave Champ, right, affix snowplows to the last truck in a fleet of 60 that will be used to plow
Denver Public Works employees Dave Moore, left, and Dave Champ, right, affix snowplows to the last truck in a fleet of 60 that will be used to plow residential Denver. The trucks will work alongside 30 parks and recreation plows and 30 contracted plows to make residential streets drivable. (AAron Ontiveroz, The Denver Post)

Snow continues to fall Sunday throughout the Denver metro area, and total snow cover is mounting.

Here is a listing of totals throughout the area as of mid Sunday afternoon compiled by the National Weather Service and its trained spotters.

• Arvada — 6 inches

• Aurora — 9.2 inches

• Bergen Park — 10 inches

• Black Hawk — 8.3 inches

• Boulder — 7.1 inches

• Broomfield — 10.5 inches

• Castle Rock — 5.3 inches

• Conifer —14.2 inches

• Estes Park — 3.8 inches

• Genesee — 11.2 inches

• Golden — 19.5 inches

• Greeley — 5.6 inches

• Highlands Ranch — 9 inches

• Jamestown — 12 inches

• Ken Caryl — 10.8 inches

• Littleton — 7.7 inches

• Longmont — 8 inches

• Loveland — 8 inches

• Nederland — 8.5 inches

• Niwot — 6 inches


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• Peetz — 6 inches

• Pinecliffe — 21.4 inches

• Westminster — 8.1 inches

Tom McGhee: 303-954-1671, tmcghee@denverpost.com or twitter.com/dpmcghee