The massive storm that spread snow over Colorado for three days has finally moved out of the state.
Gusty winds are causing drifting snow in some areas on Friday.
Denver had 14 inches of snow but other areas of the metro area had much more as Highlands Ranch had an official 24.5 inches of snow.
Evergreen - in the foothills just west of Denver - had 40 inches of new snow.
Fort Collins had 18.5 inches and Greeley had 12 inches.