DENVER – A snowstorm expected to bring 2 to 5 inches to most parts of the Front Range and Eastern Plains has already dropped a few inches of snow around the region Tuesday morning.

A winter storm warning is in effect for areas including Yuma, Wray and Burlington until 5 p.m. for 4 to 7 inches of snow, according to the National Weather Servicewhile winter weather advisories remain in effect for 2 to 5 inches of snow for most of the foothills and the rest of the plains.

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Here are the snow totals as of 9:40 a.m. Tuesday morning of the National Weather Service. We will update them throughout the day as the snow continues to fall.

Joes – 5 inches
British Pound – 4.1 inches
7 E Virginia Dale – 3.9 inches
3 NE Longmont – 3.8 inches
Brush – 3.5 inches
2.5 NW Fort Collins – 3.1 inches
1E Gary – 3 inches
1 SSO Crescent Village – 3 inches
1 NNW Loveland – 2.8 inches
Wellington – 2.8 inches
2 SSE Timnath – 2.8″
2 E Longmont – 2.8 inches
2 ENE Cedar Cove – 2.5 inches
Yuma – 2 inches
Williams fork reservoir – 2 inch
2 ESE Kinikinik – 2 inches
4 ENE Netherlands – 2 inches
3 Arvada ONO – 2 inches
2N Longmont – 1.8 inches
Aspen Springs – 1.5 inches
3 SO Holyoke – 1.4 inches
Burlington – 1 inch
3 ENE White Ranch Open Space – 1 inch
3 NSN Greeley – 1 inch
Kassler – 1 inch
2 WSW Northglenn – 1 inch
1 NNW Hygiene – 1 inch
3 SSE Silver Feather – 0.5 inch
2 SW Wheat Ridge – 0.5 inches
2 SW Cherry Hills Village – 0.3 inch
3N Foxfield – 0.2 inches