Well, that was a nice wintery blast we just had over the weekend. According to the Coloradoan, anywhere from 17-22 inches of snow has been measured in Fort Collins  as of Monday morning. Those totals vary in different parts of the city and all throughout Northern Colorado, but one thing is for certain: We got dumped on...and there are LOTS of closures for today (Monday, March 15).

According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, this was Denver's 4th biggest snowstorm since 1881. (I can't even begin to imagine how incredible the powder is up at the resorts.)

A few districts were already set for Spring Break this week, like Greeley schools and the Thompson School District, which, as a student (at least for me), was always kind of lame.

According to 9 News, these are the other various closures for schools and businesses for today.


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