Even though we haven't had a significant amount of snow since Winter Storm Xylia blew through Colorado mid-March and left behind two feet of snow in Fort Collins, it's safe to say we're all pretty done with spring snow. 

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It can snow as late as June, though, so don't put that ice scraper away just yet. According to the Colorado Climate Center, Fort Collins had trace amounts of snowfall on June 9 in 2005 and June 23 in 2009, but in 2012 (the year of the High Park Fire), Fort Collins' last snow was as early as April 3. The most snow seen in a 'last snow' was last year, when Fort Collins got over a foot on April 16, 2020.

However, based on what's been recorded over the last 20 years, we are typically done with snow by between late April and late May.

Latest Fort Collins Snowfalls in the Past 20 Years

Source: Colorado Climate Center 

2020: 12.3 inches on April 16

2019: 2.7 inches on May 21

2018: Trace amounts on April 24

2017: 1.8 inches on May 18

2016: 0.1 inches on May 1

2015: 1.2 inches on May 10

2014: 1.8 inches on May 12

2013: 0.1 inches on May 2

2012: Trace amounts on April 3

2011: Trace amounts on May 11

2010: 4.1 inches on May 12

2009: Trace amounts on June 23

2008: Trace amounts on May 2

2007: Trace amounts on April 13

2006: Trace amounts on April 25

2005: Trace amounts on June 9

2004: Trace amounts on May 14

2003: Trace amounts on May 31

2002: 1.3 inches on May 24

2001: 0.3 inches on May 20

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